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EARTHDAY.ORG™ and our partners are here to support students, parents and teachers as they work together to continue science and environmental education during COVID-19. We hope the resources below help you engage students in fun, interactive and educational activities as we practice social distancing to keep our communities healthy!

Introducing “Earth School,” which provides free, high-quality educational content to help students, parents and teachers around the world who are currently at home.  Initiated by UNEP and TED-Ed, Earth School brings together a 30-day “Adventure” through the natural world.

The American Chemical Society presents Chemists Celebrate Earth Week. Explore coloring books, eco-chemistry activities, and find a virtual event to learn about “Protecting our Planet through Chemistry”!

The EPA Alumni Association issued a significantly updated series of reports called “Environmental Protection: A Half Century of Progress,” timed to coincide with Earth Day 2020. The Reports are available online.  A great resource for Teachers and Home Schooling.

The Association of Science and Technology Centers has compiled a list of digital programs that their science and technology center members are offering.

AfterSchool Alliance has compiled their favorite at home engineering, coding, biology, chemistry and citizen science activities! Teachers can also review their STEM Curriculum from a variety of partners to utilize during distance learning.

EarthEcho is offering a series of virtual talks and field trips. Tune in to hear from scientists working on conservation!

Request a scientist of virtually any topic to chat with your family, class, or club! Request a private video chat or tune into a live Q&A session on a variety of topics. ASL interpretation provided on the live sessions!

Captain Planet Foundation offers resources to engage and empower young environmental problem solvers right in your backyard, including Project Hero and lessons from Project Learning Garden. See this page for a curated collection of resources. 

SkyDay offers imaginative initiatives that celebrate our sky, build community and ecological citizenship, and educate about climate change. Suitable for remote learners of all ages.  Check out Sky Day Project and Sky-ku.

KidsGardening offers a variety of at home gardening activities for when you need a break from your screen! You can also explore the magic of seeds with their seed activities.

The Green Our Planet Virtual Academy offers STEM lessons from farmers and hydroponic experts and nutrition lessons from chefs.

Design For Change has designed and launched a FREE Virtual Learning platform featuring new content on Racial Justice, Educational Equity and Climate Action. Make sure to check out their podcast and activities on the causes, the impact and the complicated reality of plastic pollution that we are featured on!

Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs has a variety of quizzes, videos, lesson plans and art projects on climate change and ocean conservation. Check out their Ocean Awareness Contest, deadline June 14, 2021!

MindYourFootprint provides activity booklets on a variety of topics such as health, water and waste.

Diversity and Inclusion Resources

Environmental issues are intricately connected to social justice and equity. The transition to a sustainable world must include addressing injustices and designing solutions that benefit all communities. We have compiled a list of amazing resources for teachers and parents to explore racism, social justice, culture and civic action with their learners.

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