Environmental Education 
Association of Indiana
 

Environmental Literacy Guidelines Resources

This website will serve as a storehouse for resources that align with the Guidelines for an Environmentally Literate Citizenry.  If you would like to share a resource for this website please email president@eeai.org.


K-6

  • Strand 2: What's the Dirt on Soil:  This program will: (1) demonstrate the difference between dirt and soil; (2) dig into the importance of soil by discussing what products humans use that originate from soil; (3) help students perform several experiments; and (4) lead students on a soil hike. 
  • Strand 2, 3, 4: Our Land Rocks:  To inspire students to begin thinking of Earth not just as a planet with land and water, but as a place made up of rocks and minerals. To introduce students to the concept of land conservation using the Children of Indiana Nature Park as a tool. 
  • Strand 2, 3, 4: Indiana Rocks: To connect the students to an important Indiana natural resource. To help students understand why the study of geology is an important step in understanding land conservation. To introduce students to the concept of land conservation using the Children of Indiana Nature Park as a tool. 
  • Strand 2, 3, 4: I"m Diggin' It:  For students to appreciate the complexity of soil, understand how long it takes soil to form, and recognize the importance of soil conservation using the Children of Indiana Nature Park as a tool.
  • Strand 2, 3, 4: Habitat's Happen:  To encourage students to differentiate between living and non-living things. To connect livingorganisms to their basic needs found in their specific habitat. To introduce students to the

    concept of land conservation using the Children of Indiana Nature Park as a tool.

  • Strand 2, 3, 4: Habitat Sweet Habitat: For students to understand habitats, learn the difference between living and non-living things, and recognize the importance of protecting Indiana’s habitats using the Children of Indiana Nature Park as a tool. 


7-8 


  • Strand 2:  Oh Deer!  Knowledge of Environmental Processes and Systems.


9-12

  • Strand 1:  Monitoring Oriental Bittersweet  Students will use percent cover techniques to measure and monitor invasive Oriental bittersweet.  This could be adapted for other invasives as well.

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