Remote Environmental Education Resources

Looking for fun and educational ways to engage your kids (and maybe yourself) during this unprecedented time of isolation and home schooling?  Check out the resources below!  This is far from an inclusive list, so please feel free to email our Community Engagement Manager Lindsey-Rose at if there are any resources you think we should add!

The National Association for Environmental Education has compiled a great list of Resources for EE Home-based and Distance Learning.

The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History is offering frequent free webinars on a wide variety of topics, from corals to forensic anthropology.

Here’s a super fun way to learn all about water’s amazing roles in our lives.  Check out Project WET’s Discover Water and Water Conservation and Protection games. 

Project Learning Tree Sample Student Activities

Virtually explore the Cincinnati Zoo through their Home Safari Page.

Tree Pittsburgh is offering Facebook Live educational walks

Take a digital trip to the zoo with the San Diego Zoo Animal Cams.

Explore the undersea beauty of the Monterey Bay Aquarium

Penn State Extension – All courses Free until May 10, can be found here

Watch the Hay’s Woods eaglets on the Pittsburgh Bald Eagles in Hays.

Do some science with Bill Nye

Have fun drawing with the Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence Mo Willems 

Explore the mysterious world of bats with the Bat Cams from Bat World 

The Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration has a wealth of diverse online learning resources available here.

Get schooled by science with the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority (Alcosan).

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