Feeling cooped up with kids out of school? Looking for ways for the whole family to connect with nature while staying at home? These resources have ideas for environmental education and fun activities where your whole family can stay connected with the natural world.

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Nature Vision and the Cascade Water Alliance have created at-home science packets for k-12 students. Lessons feature ecosystems, watersheds, and humans and water. Perfect if you are looking for material as a teacher or if you have kids at home.

Check out these awesome children’s activities that the whole family can do (properly social distancing) while exploring the Children’s Garden at Danny Woo Gardens. The guide comes in English and Chinese.

This Green Seattle blog includes a variety of activities you can do from home with kids. It features great environmental education activities like games, community science, and art projects.

Check out the Audubon Society’s Audubon for Kids! Bringing together resources from their national network, the website has activities for kids to learn about birds, plants, and more.

Beautiful coloring sheets from Karen Peterson and King County Noxious weeds that teach you about the noxious weeds we deal with in our area.

“A cavalcade of coloring” thanks to the Washington Native Plant Society.

Tree themed word search from King County Parks.

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