Dig holes, collect acorns, build a fort, and more!
Celebrate Arbor Day with this booklet of activities.
Build a sundial. This activity works best if you are home from sunrise to sunset.
See if you can spot these common backyard birds. Record the birds you see or hear on this chart.
Click on the birds to hear their songs. See how many you can hear in your own backyard.
We invite your family to create environmental art sculptures
Learn to make a flower press to save flowers, leaves and other plants.
Check out your neighborhood gardens. Remember to practice social distancing.
Grow beautiful plants and help feed the birds
Video. Composting made simple.
Identify and learn about trees.
Lets see what you can observe about wildlife from ground level.
Practice mapping with what you can see and hear.
Try out these photography techniques in the great outdoors.
Learn how to build a survival shelter
Spending time outside is fun, but keep an eye out for these hazards.
Use your physics knowlegde to design, build, and test sleds made of cardboard
Build your own weather vane to help observe changing weather
Make a treasure map using a compass
Plant a tree as a family and grow some memories.
Celebrate Earth Day everyday
The forest floor changes nearly every day as spring wildflowers reappear. Use these guidelines and the tracking sheet to observe and record the wildflowers you see and their different phases.
Request your FREE salt watch kit to find out whether road salt pollution in a problem in local body of water.