25 Projects for Eco Explorers

Though the daily news is filled with reports of climate change, severe weather, environmental distress, and endangered species, children's librarians and educators might be uncertain how to incorporate these topics into their current curriculum. Les mer
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Though the daily news is filled with reports of climate change, severe weather, environmental distress, and endangered species, children's librarians and educators might be uncertain how to incorporate these topics into their current curriculum. This handy resource offers an ideal solution, presenting more than two dozen ready-to-use projects on environmental topics that can be integrated into K-5 educational lesson plans and library programming for children aged 4-10. Starting with a representative picture book as a foundation, children are guided through each topic using a hands-on project that reinforces learning. Whether they're in the classroom or library, kids will feel excited and engaged as they explore such topics as

honeybees, loggerhead turtles, mountain gorillas, polar bears, and other animals;
environments like coral reefs, estuaries, and the Galapagos Islands;
wildfires, hurricanes, and tornadoes;
composting, gardens, seeds, and the farm to table movement; and
garbage, recycling, renewable energy, water conservation, and Earth Day.

Complete with detailed information about each topic, including sections that explore interesting related facts, this book will activate children's curiosity and appreciation for the world we live in.

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Introduction
1. Honeybees
2. Monarch Butterfly
3. Pollinators
4. Loggerhead Turtles
5. Mountain Gorillas
6. Polar Bears
7. Protecting Endangered Animals
8. Compost
9. Gardens and Farms
10. Farm to Table
11. Reimagined Urban Spaces
12. Seeds
13. Trees
14. Wildfires
15. Coral Reefs
16. Estuaries
17. Galapagos Islands
18. Garbage and Recycling
19. Plastic Bags
20. Recycled Instruments
21. Renewable Energy
22. Water Conservation
23. Hurricanes
24. Tornadoes
25. Earth Day