These are just a few of the ready-made activity guides to support integration of environmental education into the curriculum. Each of the resources below are supported by a trusted Wisconsin-based partner.
Find resources to support environmental literacy and sustainability (ELS) on WISELearn. Use or remix lessons from other educators.
Inquiry-based strategies for seeking answers to real-world problems, playing games to explore scientific concepts, and reflecting, debating and sharing by creating songs, stories and dramas.
KEEP—Wisconsin's K-12 Energy Education Program
Energy Education, Doable Renewables, and Energy and Your School guides have also been correlated to the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.
The “Gikinoo’wizhiwe Onji Waaban” (Guiding for Tomorrow) or “G-WOW” Initiative is a unique approach to increasing awareness of how climate change is affecting the environment, people, cultures, and economies
Earth Partnership offers curriculum for ecological restoration. Download PDF copies of their guides.
CCBC offers a curated list of reviewed titles searchable by grade level and theme.
For questions about this information, contact Victoria Rydberg-Nania (608) 266-0419