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Looking for activities to do at home? Continue garden and outdoor learning with the resources we've provided below for both students and educators.
A compilation of sites with easy activities that require few or no materials at all.
Our very own Jessie Rack, SEEC Program Coordinator and ecologist, hosts a video series on approachable science topics and activities for kids.
A quick and easy art and science activity from CSGP Program Manager, Rachel Wehr.
Arizona-specific seed scavenger hunt print-out from CSGP Program Coordinator, T Larson.
Seed Scavenger Hunt Lesson for Grades K-2
Read aloud garden literacy books available online along with CSGP-created short activities associated each book.
A site with various soil-based curriculum and activities.
See STEM, nutrition and gardening lessons by grade level as well as weekly videos on the Virtual Academy.
Sign up for free online live programs! Classes available for children and adults.
Food, nutrition and garden lessons that can be adapted for home.
Sign up to receive weekly activities tailored to your student's age or explore the resources on their site.
Curriculum on food and gardening, including basic kitchen and food prep how-tos.
Chock full of resources for both nature-loving educators (see Teacher's Lounge) and students (see Student Adventures).
Follow the Food Literacy Lab's Facebook page for the latest recipe ideas utilizing seasonal ingredients.
Our own page with resources for children and families on how to talk about COVID-19.
Watch this video on how to make two different kinds of solitary bee homes as well as learn much more from the links at the end of the video under Additional Resources.
No need to visit the park to learn all about the incredible pollinators of the Sonoran desert in the this workbook with activities for grades 2 through 12.