Virtual Classroom

Virtual Classroom

We are bringing Environmental Education to you!  Check out our videos, activity sheets and links!  More content will we added as we produce it -so be sure to check back in!

Environmental Education Videos

Environmental Education Videos
What would you tell yourself about the environment

Middle School Me

Dart the Salamander

Dart - Our Western Tiger Salamander

Trees Video with Adam

Let's Talk About Trees

Beaver Lodge

Explorin' - Beaver Lodge

Beaver Trail

Explorin'-Beaver Trail

Turtle on a log

Explorin' - Turtle

Turtles in a pond

Explorin' - More Turtles

tadpole

Explorin' - Tadpoles

bullfrog

Explorin' - Bullfrog

baby dragonfly

Explorin' - Dragonfly Babies

deer and racoon tracks

Explorin' - Tracks

muskrat lodge

Explorin'-Muskrat Lodge

muskrat toad

Explorin' - Woodhouse Toad

snails

Explorin' - Snails

scat

Explorin' - Scat

baby pussums

Explorin' - Baby Possums

Environmental Education Videos

Environmental Education Activity Sheets

Other Resources

Other Resources
Other Resources

Learn More about Western Tiger Salamanders

https://herpneb.unl.edu/western-tiger-salamander

https://scistarter.org/nebraska-salamander-search

https://journalstar.com/outdoors/tiger-salamanders-disappearing-in-region/article_f41c9db1-16d5-5657-bb7b-3a72f5f0994b.html
 

Project Learning Tree (PLT) Activities to do with children at home

With schools around the world temporarily closing to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), we've assembled this list of (free!) PLT family activities you could share with parents to support student learning at home and in their own backyard. Please Check them out at https://www.plt.org/educator-tips/activities-to-do-with-children-at-home 
 

Tree Virtual Backpack Activities

They have virtual backpacks available for students. Backpack #2 has natural resources education information: https://beyondschoolbells.org/virtual-backpack/backpack-2.html 
 

Nebraska 4-H

Want to go on some cool virtual field trips? Join Nebraska 4-H as we go on-site to learn more about science, agriculture, technology, and more! Virtual Field Trips offer facility tours, educational experiences, and additional resources for teachers. Virtual Field Trips are perfect for youth in 9th-12th grades. Registration links will be made available one week in advance. Each session will be recorded and made available for on-demand viewing. Youth do not need to be 4-H members to participate. Check it out at https://4h.unl.edu/virtual-field-trips 


Check Out Water Activities from Project Wet...

https://www.projectwet.org/


...And Wildlife Activities from Project Wild

https://www.fishwildlife.org/projectwild