Celebrating Outdoor Learning in local nature

Acknowledging unceded territory of Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh

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This resource helps educators teach about marine debris and involve their students in research and outreach. Students can conduct marine debris surveys, enter their data into NOAA’s database, analyze monitoring results, and become involved in

Elementary Literacy Activity Find shapes that resemble letters from outdoor materials – make sure to find the entire alphabet! How many words can you create in one minute? Ask 1 partner create the words with

scouting, tools, nature

It’s the perfect time of year for a nature scavenger hunt!  This fun outdoor science activity lets you get to know your local environment.  The goal is to get outside and notice different types of trees, plants, animals

The Ultimate at-Home ‘CAMP OUT’!!   What: An at-home ‘camping’ experience, including a cook-out, sleep-out and ‘camp’ activities! Where: From your home – backyard, courtyard, grass space, family room – whatever space you can access!


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