Take it outdoors
How eco-literate are the children in your life? As adults, each of us can play an important role in connecting today’s kids with the natural world, building a sense of awe, respect for our finite resources, and early environmental stewardship. But in the end, getting outside and learning about nature is just plain fun! See our collection of ideas and resources to get your classroom or family inspired.
Ideas and resources
Learn how to enhance a child’s sense of wonder using our downloadable cards and a simple 2-minute walk.
From scavenger hunts to rainy-day tabletop activities, these games are sure to delight the young botanists in your life!
Latest news and stories
Activities inspired by Waa’aka’: The Bird Who Fell in Love with the Sun, a book that shares a Tongva creation story.
Some native plants and pollinators depend on each other to survive. Tell their story through a mini-magazine, a "zine".
Kat High Hupa descendant, occupational therapist, and native plant gardener offers advice for students and how the native plant community can support Indigenous people.