Starting April 6th 2020, environmental educators from all over New Mexico are getting together to create free nature-based lessons for teachers and parents for all school aged students. New lessons will be added here every week. Check back often!
Students will create a multiple page story of different plants or animals in the ecosystem
Migration Adaption Activity half sheet.BEMP Lesson
Learn about bird migration while tracking data while learning how to use phenology tracking databases
gravity drop.STEM stimulus activity 2 3.2020
Learn about the science of gravity with this fun home activity
ABCWUA.make a cloud activity1. pdf
Learn all about how you can make clouds in your very own home!
Nature Matters.Daily Nature Activities.NMSU partnership
Daily nature activities that help students relate to their surroundings every day.
Learn all about how these are all connected in the chain of life. They all need one another for survival, but one is the most important. Which one is it?
In this lessen students will learn all about how parts of a feather function to help a bird fly and survive in the environment.
Learn how to start a garden and grow food from home!
Learn about some of the awesome things about water in this activity!
DOTG.Backyard Pollinator Scavenger Hunt
Enjoy a backyard scavenger hunt and learn about the pollinators along the way!
What is growing in your backyard? Find out why they are important in the ecosystem!
Don’t Trash Our Rio- STEM distribution (ENG_SP)
Learn all about how quickly trash builds up and how we can use recycled materials to build new things.
Understanding the speed of light and microwaves
Playing in the mud and learning with pre school aged students!
Looking at specific features to help compare birds from each other. Get the binoculars out!