Environmental Education Resources

Keeping the Wild in Sight

Schools are slowly reopening, some students are returning to their classrooms and others are continuing to learn from  home. Regardless of where the learning is happening, nature provides the best classroom to engage and inspire students while adhering to social distancing guidelines.

We’re updating this website weekly until the end of June with new grade-specific lesson plans, videos, art ideas and more for your use. Check out the lesson plan links on the left hand column, and sign up for our weekly newsletter.

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Here’s an example of a lesson plan: identifying various birds and learning about their behaviours, designed for students in grades 4-7:


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Wildsight thanks Columbia Basin Trust, Columbia Power Corporation, Consecon Foundation, Crowsnest Conservation Society, Fortis BC, Osprey Community Foundation, Teck Coal, Teck Trail, the Province of British Columbia and all of our individual donors for making this program possible.

Top photo by Julie-Anne Davies

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