Project Learning Tree
PLT gives teachers the tools to help children learn how to think about the environment.
Fill out a Workshop Application to schedule a workshop for a group at your school.
Correlated to New Jersey's standards, the Project Learning Tree Pre-K-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide includes nearly 100 activities in a story-line technique covering themes of diversity, interrelationships, systems, structure and scale, and patterns of change. View a sample activity.
PLT PreK-8 Workshop
•Receive a PreK-8 PLT Activity Guide
•Learn about trees and forest ecology through hands-on activities
•Earn professional development
Project Learning Secondary Modules
The Secondary Modules, a series of supplement guides filled with lessons, engage students in exercises that bring awareness of current issues to knowledge and positive action. The hands-on, interdisciplinary lessons use cooperative learning, problem solving, and assessments. Each module provides detailed background information on the subject and suggestions for action within your school's community.
Exploring Environmental Issues: Focus on Forests
The Changing Forest: Forest Ecology
Exploring Environmental Issues: Municipal Solid Waste
Exploring Environmental Issues: Focus on Risk
Global Connections: Forests of the World
Exploring Environmental Issues: Places We Live
Exploring Environmental Issues: Biodiversity
Become part of Project Learning Tree GreenSchools! This nationwide program inspires students to take personal responsibility for improving the environment at their school, at home, and in their community. Students, teachers, and school staff receive tools, training, and resources for student-led Green Teams to create healthier schools. PLT GreenSchools! helps improve students’ academic performance in science, technology, engineering, and math, develops students’ critical thinking skills, and grows student leaders.
PLT GreenWorks! grants: GreenWorks! is the service-learning, community action program of PLT that provides grants to PLT trained educators to partner students with their community in environmental neighborhood improvement projects.
New Jersey Project Learning Tree
phone (732) 833-9816 fax (732) 928-8472
370 East Veterans Highway, Jackson, NJ 08527