Activities for teachers to help their students become more aware of how plants, animals and humans interact with ecosystems.
Learn all about the parts of a tree and why trees are important to us! (Intended for 3rd-5th grade students)
Travel with Pierre as you learn all about how trees are important to us! (Intended for K-2nd grade students)
It's not easy to get along. Help Maria and her friends solve their problems peacefully. (Intended for 2nd-4th grade students)
Helping children enjoy learning and being successful in school is an important goal for parents, other family members, and schools.
Squirmin' Herman the Worm teaches students all about worms and how to make their own worm bin in this interactive curriculum. (Intended for 1st-3rd grade students)
Join Detective LePlant and his partners Bud and Sprout as they uncover the mysteries of plant life. (Intended for 4th-5th grade students)
Learn how to plan, nurture and enjoy the benefits of a beautiful flower or vegetable garden.
Lessons about what happened to dinosaurs, and what animals lived in Illinois 65 million years ago, 10 million years ago, and today. (Intended for 3rd-5th grade students)
Dr. Arbor teaches all about trees! (Intended for 6th-8th grade students)
Lessons and activities to learn about acid rain, global warming, water resources and other environmental topics. (Intended for 4th-5th grade students)
This website teaches the concepts of temperature, clouds, precipitation and basic earth movements. (Intended for K-2nd grade students)
Join C.P. to learn the benefits of insects, their basic anatomy, and what makes an insect an insect. You can even create a new insect! (Intended for 3rd-5th grade students)
Zea Mays explains the importance of corn, how it grows, and its thousands of different uses. (Intended for 3rd-5th grade students)
Want to start your own babysitting business? Visit this site to learn what you need to know to become a great babysitter! (Intended for high school students)
Learn all about the wonders of nature by joining us for a walk in the woods! (Intended for 3rd-5th grade students)