I Think Green - Even Small Things Help Care for the World
Resource Type:Online Resource
Website and/or Calendar Links
The I Think Green Program engages youth in investigating how living things interact with each other and with their environment. This program includes three tracks: 1) worms, 2) butterflies, and 3) insects. All three tracks are aligned to Illinois State Goals and follow a sequence of four 40-60 minute investigations in which youth practice observation skills, conduct hands-on investigations with living things, explore different life cycles, identify how living things function/adapt/change, and compare how living things interact with each other and with their environment.
Target audience: 3rd-5th grade students
- Develop youth skills in scientific observation
- Increase youth knowledge of concepts that explain how living things function, adapt, change and interact within the environment
- Increase youth awareness of the important role that "small things" play in the web of life
- Increase youth knowledge of the "small things" they can personally do to help protect the environment
No address has been specified
University ContactsNo contacts have been specified
Contact PageVisit Contact Page
- Report old or inaccurate information
- Is this your resource? You can update it.
The I Think Green - Even Small Things Help Care for the World entry belongs to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Public Engagement Portal. You may edit it there: