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School Grounds Resources

Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education Kits:
This resource provides educational kits for checkout for a variety of hands-on materials about environmental education topics.

Wisconsin Green & Healthy Schools:
This program is a web-based, self-paced and voluntary program available to all Wisconsin public and private elementary, middle and high schools. The program is designed to support and encourage schools in their quest for a healthy, safe and environmentally friendly learning environment. Assess your school site as part of this program!

Project Learning Tree:
Project Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental education program for PreK-12 formal and non-formal educators, Project Learning Tree is designated for all educators, youth leaders and naturalists. The materials are available through PLT workshops lead by certified instructors.

In addition to Project Learning Tree, Project WET​ & Project WILD offer additional resources and opportunities for you to incorporate your school site into your curriculum.

The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin offers several grant funds to support outdoor learning, including:

Studies have shown that students’ performance and development improve when they learn in and about the outdoors.

EEK! Environmental Education for Kids
EEK! Environmental Education for Kids is a Wisconsin-specific resource with activities, teaching tools, and online content for youth to Connect, Explore, Engage with nature and the environment.

Environmental Education in Wisconsin:
This website can offer you curriculum, event information, grant information, and even examples of the things other schools are doing. You can even put your own school site information on the site for others to read about!

The Educator’s Resource Center:
Find resource recommendations for various subject areas in the monthly Educator’s Resource Corner from the WCEE online on the EE in Wisconsin website. Read summaries of the latest activity guides, DVDs, books, and web resources on dozens of topics.