In this short course on rainforests, we’ll dive into the captivating world of sloths, plants, and trees. We’ll uncover the secrets of how these furry creatures have coexisted with their lush surroundings for millions of years.
This engaging course focuses on community action and empowering our students to protect the rainforests and its fascinating inhabitants – particularly adorable sloths.
We’ll explore how sloths, plants, trees, and leaves harmoniously coexist in their lush environment. Through interactive lessons, children will learn the impact of their choices on rainforest preservation. We’ll encourage them to evaluate the products they buy and use, promoting sustainable practices that safeguard these valuable ecosystems.
By fostering a sense of responsibility and environmental consciousness, our young learners will become enthusiastic advocates for the rainforests and the wonderful creatures that call them home. Together, we can make a positive difference!
The teaching program is designed to walk teachers through the process of teaching about rainforests and sloths. The document is aligned with the curriculum but can be downloaded and edited to suit the needs of your school or state. The course documents include real-world learning opportunities in which students use the knowledge they have just gained, to improve the lives and the knowledge of those around them.
Throughout this special course, we’ll dive into the captivating world of sloths, plants, and trees. We’ll uncover the secrets of how these furry creatures have coexisted with their lush surroundings for millions of years.
Our mission is to understand that by making changes in the way we live, we can become guardians of these wonderful creatures and all the other incredible beings that call the rainforests their home, forever.
There are a number of activities that result in real world outcomes, such as writing a letter to a politician to bring their attention to issues concerning rainforest protection, and creating a presentation to share with others to inform them of these issues and to encourage positive action.