The Wildflower Eco-Game and Virtual Choice Board includes resources to engage students in learning more about Canadian wildflowers, their conservation and habitat protection. It will spark students’ natural inquiry into action projects that can support students to help wildflower conservation and habitat protection at school, home and in their communities. Students can learn the official wildflower for each province and territory of Canada. This works well for integrating your Social Studies, Geography and Science subjects. Click anywhere on the virtual choice board below to get started!
A few more resources:
How to Teach Nature Journaling
McMichael Art Gallery Kids’ Corner: Fantastic Flowers
Canadian Wildlife Federation: Plant Encyclopedia
Here are some images from The Wildflower Game. Print your own with a FREE download of The Wildflower Game, click here: Eco-Games
Here are some books related to gardens, flowers and plants. Enjoy!
The Tree Eco-Game and virtual choice board
Trees and forests create oxygen and are an essential part of the carbon cycle in the grand systems of
Earth. They are necessary for climate regulation. They support an incredible amount of biodiversity on our planet. The Tree Game and Virtual Choice Board includes resources to engage students in learning more about trees and forests. It will spark students’ natural inquiry into action projects that can support students to help trees at school and home, as well as forests in their communities and beyond. Click on any image in the virtual choice board below to get started!
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For complete instructions, get Eco-Games for FREE: Teachers Pay Teachers Eco-Games
Resources to support planting trees and forest conservation:
UN International Day of Trees and Forests
Canadian Wildlife Federation Boreal Forest Project
Here are some picture books to support learning about trees, forests and protection of their habitats. This can spark enjoyment for taking part in forest conservation, planting trees and Citizen Science projects!