Project Learning Green
Our education model focuses on assisting K-12 educators and schools in meeting their curriculum requirement while stimulating students' critical and creative thinking skills. We accomplish our goals through school and neighborhood-based learning activities and projects that teach children to think green!
Explore nature and observe how organisms survive and interact with each other and their environment
Engage children using the scientific method
Educate about the importance of preserving natural resources for future generations
All programs $3.00 per student (minimum of $60 per session for in-school outreach)
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Ready Set Recycle (K-12)
Students will learn all about the 3R's(Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) and how they can make a cleaner, healthier community using this simple lesson. They will learn how to properly recycle and get to see examples for how materials are transformed into new products.
Program is available as fieldtrip or in school session. Milwaukee Schools are eligble or a MINI GRANT (fieldtrip option only). Groups must provide own transportation.
Trash Art (K-8)
Students will use arts and crafts to explore the 3R's. They will be encouraged to think creatively about how to find ordinary materials taht can be transformed into art.
Understanding Urban Trees (PreK-8)
Students will examine our urban forest and the important role that trees play in our air, soil, water quality and our ecosytme as a whole. They will learn the value of tree in sustaining life and become stewards of the trees in their community.
Every Drop Counts (K-12)
Students will explore water from a single drop to a body of water. They will focus on the human impact on our water quality and supply. They will examine their own water usage and simple wats that they can conserve water. Every drop really does count!
Energy and the Environment (4-12)
Students will gain an understanding of energy uses and its different sources. They will be challenged to examine how humans' energy consumption affects nature and brainstorm solutions of how we can move towards a more sustainable future.