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- Birding as a Brain Break: Dealing with distracted students? Help refocus their attention with a birding brain break!
- Outdoor Education series
- Outdoor Teaching Tips – Part 1: What’s keeping you inside? Try these eight tips for leading groups outdoors.
- Creating an Outdoor Classroom – Part 2: Tips for creating an outdoor space to study birds.
- Using Citizen Science in Your Outdoor Classroom – Part 3: Teach science by engaging with your local wildlife.
- Putting the “A” in STEAM: Incorporating art into your lessons to engages students’ senses.
- Using Habitat Network for Schoolyard Habitat Improvements: Use help and advice from Habitat Network to learn what makes the best habitat for your local birds.
- School Gardens for the Birds: Follow these tips to give birds and students a good time in your school garden!
- Nature is my Medicine: Learn how to incorporate nature walks into your school day.
- Project Based Learning: Have students learning by doing through Project-Based Learning.
- Nature Deficit Disorder? Not my Kids!: Find out why outdoor exploration is so important.
- Field Trip, No Bus Required: Explore the potential of your school yard as an at home filed trip experience.
- 15 Minutes with Birds: Discover five ways educators and students can spend 15 minutes with birds.
- Starting a Bird Club?: Want to start a bird club at your school? Use these helpful tips and tricks!
- Kestrel Krew’s Big Day: Follow the story of these 8th grade students as they embark on a Big Day.
- “We’re All About the Birds”: Learn how one class went above and beyond for birds and became Pennington Habitat Heroes!
- Investigations to Inspire: Kids around the nation are being recognized by the White House for their work in citizen science.