Project Learning Tree® is an award-winning, nationally-recognized environmental education program of the American Forest Foundation. PLT focuses on trees, forests, forest ecology and their place in human culture and enterprise.
PLT curriculum develops awareness, engages critical thinking skills and promotes constructive action. Developed for different age/grade levels – early childhood (PreK –K), PreK-8, and themed modules for secondary educators – the interdisciplinary curriculum is designed for diverse teaching and learning styles. It fosters awareness, engages critical thinking skills and promotes constructive action.
This combination workshop will focus on the Early Childhood module as well as the PreK-8 curriculum.
Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood, written for PreK-K educators, emphasizes developing awareness of and connections with the natural world by building on what’s familiar to our young learners. Its format is a variety of self-guided and teacher-led activities that follow a typical pre-school day.
The PreK-8 Curriculum includes nearly 100 hands-on; minds-on activities that connect with topics in Science, English Language Arts, Math, and Social Studies.
Participants will receive a copy of the Early Childhood guide as well as the PreK-8 curriculum guide. Certificates of completion will also be given.
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