All Resources for Grades 6-8
Download our educational resources for students in grades 6 through 8. Lessons include biological interactions, terminology, the impact of reforestation and urban trees on human health, and more. Each lesson plan comes with a free teacher's guide and video.
Bee Detective: Declining Bee Populations
The Need Is Mutual: Biological Interactions
Seeing the Wood for Trees: Sustainable Forestry
How Natural Areas Filter Water
Nature works to filter water and to release water over time, thereby reducing the amount of artificial treatment needed to filter water and helping to prevent flooding. In this lesson, students learn about the importance of water quality for human health and agriculture.
Fighting Fire with Fire
Wildfires occur naturally when lightning strikes a forest or grassland. Alternatively, controlled burns, also known as prescribed fires, are set by land managers and conservationists to mimic the effects of natural fires. In this lesson, students explore controlled burn scenarios and the positive impacts of fire on ecosystems.