BEETLES Project - All BEETLES resources are based on current research and understandings about how people learn, and tested by dozens of programs in diverse settings all over the country (and beyond!). Although BEETLES materials have been designed for residential outdoor science schools, they’ve been snatched up and used successfully in a wide variety of outdoor science education settings. Students activities include I Notice-I Wonder-It Reminds Me Of, Interview an Organism, and Nature Scene Investigator

National Education Association - Environmental Education activities, resources, lesson plans, professional development, and more.  Distance learning resources focusing on environmental awareness and natural resource stewardship.

Environmental Protection Agency - Find an array of environmental and science based lesson plans, activities and ideas below from EPA, other federal agencies and external organizations.

Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies - Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program that focuses on wildlife and habitat. They offer Field Investigations, STEM activities, and outdoor components.

Nature Conservancy - Nature Lab helps students learn the science behind how nature works for us and how we can help keep it running strong.  Explore the Youth Curriculum with access to resources aligned to The Nature Conservancy's research and designed specifically for a young audience and classroom use.

Project WET - Offering home and distance learning resources. Project WET has created a suite of free and discounted resources that educators, parents and children can use to learn about water while meeting standards in math, language arts, science and even fine arts. They hope this helps educators and students continue learning and exploring during this pandemic.

Monterey Bay Aquarium - Looking for ocean related lessons and activities?  The Aquarium has some guided activities for parents and educators to support student learning at home.  They hope these resources will help encourage a sense of wonder and connection to the natural world, even in this time of turmoil.