Teaching Resources

Environmentand Earth Science

  • The Green Innovatorâ„¢ is a unique education program and curriculum aimed at high school students that explores issues of sustainability through design.
  • Educators can benefit from the wealth of resources on The Weather Channel Kids. With the help of standards-based lesson plans accessible in this section, your students' exploration of weather and climate takes on added significance because you're able to address many of your instructional objectives. You'll see quickly that the educator resources are by teachers for teachers, generally organized around themes.
  • This powerful, youth-driven network fosters a fun, flexible and supportive environment where young people and adults alike come together to share ideas and inspiration, implement successful community service projects.
  • Access to our award-winning Educator's Network! Here you can find over 300 standard-based lessons, school greening tips, grants for teachers and more than 25,000 teachers to share ideas with.
  • An assortment of self-guided lessons which are theme specific.
  • Rainforest Alliance Learning Site filled with free, complete lesson plans, stories (available in English, Spanish and Portuguese), presentations, articles, posters and background descriptions of species and on-the-ground conservation projects for kindergarten through sixth grade.
  • Welcome to the Rainforest web, Your Gateway to Rainforest Information and Resources.
  • Exciting and innovative way to view the earth and moon from varying perspectives. Take a look.
  • NYCCSSE is an experiential space and aviation center located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. This website gives you all the information you need to plan an out of this world field trip for students from 2nd through 12th grade.
  • Astro-Venture is an educational, interactive, multimedia Web environment highlighting NASA careers and astrobiology research in the areas of Astronomy, Geology, Biology and Atmospheric Sciences.