The Food Matters Action Kit contains over 70 activities to engage youth in preventing food waste. Activities can be done individually or in a series, in any order that suits learning themes for your class or organization.
The following are resources for students and educators on reducing, reusing, and recycling.
Be Air Aware: An Air Pollution Education Program for Non-Formal Educators. Downloadable Educator’s Guide PDF. A 3-part lesson series for non-formal educators. Includes standards.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at a working copper mine as we hear from different professionals at Freeport-McMoRan and learn about their role in the mining process from mine planning to reclamation!
In this Mystery, students use observations of the four classic seasons to spot patterns and thereby determine the seasons’ order.
In this Mystery, students develop a model of the earth’s surface and use it to discover an important principle about how rivers work.
In this Mystery, students explore the idea that the rock under our feet sometimes contains fossils, and investigate how these fossils reveal changes in habitat through time.
In this Mystery, students use estimation and graphing to discover the surprising difference in the amounts of fresh and salt water on Earth.