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Rainforest Alliance Learning Site

Explore the Rainforest Alliance Learning Site, filled with free curricula containing presentations, stories and lesson plans that follow national standards for learning. Here, teachers will find everything they need to connect their students to conservation.
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665 Broadway, Suite 500
New York , NY 10012
Contact Person: Julianne Schrader
Phone: 212-677-1900
E-Mail: jschrader@ra.org
Website: http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/programs/education

Detailed Information:
Because we believe that children are our biggest stakeholders, we created the Rainforest Alliance Learning Site filled with free, complete lesson plans, stories (available in English, Spanish and Portuguese), presentations, articles, posters and background descriptions of species and on-the-ground conservation projects for kindergarten through sixth grade. This program is unique in that it teaches science, math, language arts and social studies essentials while addressing the National Standards for Science. The multidisciplinary curriculum presents information on forests, wildlife and local communities, and provides a global perspective on the importance of protecting the world's natural resources, while giving students opportunities for direct action. All of these resources are easy to download or view on screen and are provided free of charge.

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