Welcome to our page for parents and caregivers!

Learners in schools across the area known to some as British Columbia are participating in environmental education workshops offered by Sierra Club BC’s Facilitators of Learning. 

Our education workshops are inviting learners into a relationship with the beings just outside their doors. This is done in a place-based approach that is rooted in authentic Indigenous lens and voice.

Through a deep learning that has come from COVID-19, we have been re-reminded of the lost sense of value for being outside and our interconnection. 

Please keep an eye out on this page for continued learning invitations, activities, stories from our education team, and more!

Plant Bingo

Download a card for the Coast, the Central and Southern Interior, or the Northern Interior and see which native BC plants you can find.

Winter Adventure Hunt

See what you can find in your local parks, backyards, or a walk through the neighbourhood

Fall Leaf Rubbing

Explore the trees in your local area and make beautiful, one-of-a-kind leaf rubbings that you can turn into bookmarks and other creations.

Nature Memory Game

Come to know the leaves, flowers or shells of your local area while practicing tactile skills.

Sit Spot Activity

Build a relationship with a particular place in your local community and learn to observe seasonal changes in nature. Aussi disponible en français!

Nature Science Books

Check out some of the Education Team’s favourites

Nature Scavenger Hunts

Download cards for KindergartenGrades 1-2 and Grades 3-5 students

Nature Scavenger Hunts (French)

Download the French versions of our cards for KindergartenGrades 1-2, and Grades 3-5 students

Greenspace Exploration Journal

Fill out this journal filled with fun nature-based activities to connect with your local greenspace. Download the booklet here.

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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.