Greening STEM Biodiversity Activities For The Classroom
Learn about biodiversity with resources that were developed by NEEF and the Frost Museum of Science for implementation in virtual classrooms.
Students are responsible for researching the relationship between the invasive Cuban brown anole and the native green anole found in South Florida.
Students explore the world of pollinators by researching either honeybees or butterflies, focusing on what their needs are for a successful habitat and the threats they face in South Florida.
Students engage in a mini BioBlitz by surveying their local surroundings to determine species richness and whether there are native or invasive plant species in their area.
NEEF Educator Toolkits
The toolkit proceeds step-by-step from planning, to conducting, to presenting place-based projects (Registration Required)
This toolkit explores the many applications of mathematical principles and formulas within the fields of environmental science.
For use in school or at home. Let environmental education happen anywhere.
Animal Migration Activity Guide
This activity guide is full of fun ways to learn about animal migrations in the US. Designed for elementary age kids, it can be used in a classroom as a worksheet or at home for some easy activity ideas.
Young explorers can follow the activities on this pollinator worksheet at school or at home to monitor what...
This quick how-to guide will get you started with everything you need to conduct a community cleanup to help...
Use this activity guide to learn more and explore the topic of water quality, including building your own mini...
Designed to display in your classroom so you can bring environmental education to life through pictures and text.
When you take a closer look at the world, you might be surprised to find out how much of what we know about the environment is rooted in math.
Explore some of the many ways science connects the world around us. Help increase our understanding of the environment through citizen science.
Check out this infographic to learn about the value of citizen science and opportunities to learn about the planet and its dynamic systems.
Explore the past, present, and future of environmental engineering, from the ancient Roman aqueducts to the renewable energy sources of tomorrow.
The environment is a compelling context for teaching and engaging today's students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Explore how different organisms in our watersheds can signal the strengths and weaknesses of the local ecosystem.
This infographic, available in English & Spanish, shows the state of children & nature and how interacting with nature can improve health outcomes.
Develop an understanding of common water quality indicators, why they are important, and how we measure them.
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