PARTNER EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
APF is offering their Little Hummingbird Society program completely virtual to help provide an array of hands-on fun for the whole family. These awesome activities educate kids about the importance of our city's green spaces.
Here at AYRW, we believe in the healing effects of being outside and connecting with the natural world, which is why amidst this unprecedented time, we remain more committed than ever to providing virtual student engagement opportunities to educate, inspire, and foster a love of nature.
This page includes our educational programs translated into a digital format for teachers and parents to utilize. It also includes some local links for providing or receiving help during these uncertain times. More educational resources will be added in the coming weeks, so check back!
Educators from the COA Watershed Protection Dept have been developing several videos on a wide range of outdoor & environmental education topics.
Our experienced outdoor and culinary specialists love to inspire and promote a love of nature, food, and the environment. With your support we can continue to cultivate young minds and partner with local schools. (Resources available in Spanish)
Learn about Austin's watersheds, the Edwards Aquifer, water quality and flood safety.
Families in Nature is offering families resources and ideas to get out into nature in your own backyard, to encourage siblings to play and learn together at home and to support or supplement a family's science education. These resources are suitable for older school-aged children.
The Science Mill is bringing science to you! The Science Mill’s new online learning hub featuring a weekly STEM video series, hands-on science and interactive games you can play at home. You can even view a live feed of an African Spurred Tortoise.