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Back to School: Youth Resources for Students and Teachers

The Back to School season is upon us! With students and teachers preparing to get back into the swing of their school daily routines, we have youth and educator resources ready to be used in every learning environment. Visit our Youth Resource Library where you can find listings of ready-made youth programs, lesson plans, and templates available to replicate and implement in your teachings. Below you'll find brief captions of several of our recommended resources.

Center for Green Schools: The Center for Green Schools works with school decision-makers, community volunteers, and leaders to drive progress to allow students to attend sustainable schools. Their Programs page offers education resources for a hands-on sustainability curriculum to help K-12 educators bring classroom projects to life.


Children & Nature Network - Green Schoolyards:
Nature filled school grounds where children and families play and learn outdoors enhance community health. Found here is the C&NN Guides & Tool Kits webpage that provides a variety of downloadable tool kits, infographics, reports, and leadership writing to connect children, families, and communities to nature.

Don't Mess with Texas - Darrell the Barrel Activity Book: Don't Mess with Texas offers a range of fun activities to inspire students to help keep their communities litter-free. Click here to receive a free activity book download containing activities to keep students busy and teach them the litter-free state of mind.

Texas Children in Nature: A network of organizations and individuals who want to reconnect children and families with nature for a healthier, happier and smarter Texas. Texas Children in Nature offers Texas Inspired Environmental Curriculum, resources for both formal and informal educators to utilize.

Captain Planet: The CPF Institute supports educators and increases their capacity to involve students in investigating natural phenomena, solving problems, and making a difference. Learn more, here

Take Care of Texas: A statewide campaign from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality that provides helpful information on Texas' successes in environmental protection. Download lesson plans provided by Take Care of Texas (TCOT). Lessons and handouts include Waste/Recycling Education and Water Education. In addition, TCOT provides a wide range of resources such as interactive posters, downloads and more. Check them out, here

Texas Children in Nature: A network of organizations and individuals who want to reconnect children and families with nature for a healthier, happier and smarter Texas. Texas Children in Nature offers Texas Inspired Environmental Curriculum, resources for both formal and informal educators to utilize.

For more information, visit ktb.org/youth-resource-library to view more resources you can incorporate in the classroom to help your kids learn more about environmental topics.

Blog Post Written By Jazmin Velasquez, Communications Intern at KTB. 


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