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Educational Resources


Explore resources for students, teachers, community groups, museum educators and parents.

With companion educational resources, Journey to Planet Earth can transport young people on a trip around the globe to explore the environment from a global perspective and to find solutions for their own communities. Resources for all educators at all levels.

The Citizens for Planet Earth website at TryScience.org will lead you on a voyage of discovery to evaluate environmental quality near your home, school or science center. You’ll find a variety of simple field activities you can do to learn more about environmental issues in your community. You will also be able to share your discoveries with us and learn about what other communities have done. Read more...

The Programs provides more detailed information for purchasing and using the television series in educational settings. Find the right video to use with specific teaching standards. You can also enjoy our Photo Gallery.

The Journey to Planet Earth Action Kit explores the issues raised in the television series through hands-on activities for middle school students in and out of the classroom.

Journey to Planet Earth Clubs exist in communities all over the country. Find a club near you or learn how to start your own with free materials from Journey to Planet Earth.

Teachers Guides developed for the classroom provide numerous activities and lessons to use with the television series. For students in middle school through college.

The After-School "Sustainable Agriculture" brochure, developed by the National 4-H and South Carolina ETV, is designed for use in after-school programs, local Boys and Girls Club programs, 4-H or Future Farmers of America programs, or with similar groups.

Internet Resources provide a list of environmental sites, organizations and agencies to further explore the issues raised in Journey to Planet Earth.

 

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