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Tag: education

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Schools for a Living Planet Goes North

Today WWF is proud to announce the launch of a unique educational initiative funded by CIBC for schools in Canada’s North. Read More
Today WWF is proud to announce the launch of a unique educational initiative funded by CIBC for schools in...
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Tiny butterflies connect children with nature

Meet Laurel Merriam, a Schools for a Living Planet teacher and one of four monarch experts participating in WWF’s Google Hangout this Thursday, May 8. Read More
Meet Laurel Merriam, a Schools for a Living Planet teacher and one of four monarch experts participating in WWF’s...
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Why should you take your class outdoors?

From more engaged students to a closer bond among classmates, these six teachers explain why it’s so important to get outside this spring. Read More
From more engaged students to a closer bond among classmates, these six teachers explain why it’s so important to...
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Explore Outdoors: Nature is Our Home

In celebration of Explore Outdoors month, WWF’s Schools for a Living Planet program launches a new resource for kindergarten teachers. Read More
In celebration of Explore Outdoors month, WWF’s Schools for a Living Planet program launches a new resource for kindergarten...
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Explore Outdoors: Amazing Animals

WWF’s Schools for a Living Planet launches a new resource for Grade 2 teachers, just in time for Explore Outdoors month! Read More
WWF’s Schools for a Living Planet launches a new resource for Grade 2 teachers, just in time for Explore...
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Climate Change and Canada’s Pacific

The bottom line: climate change effects are real and present, and they are already obliging us to think differently about how we interact with our oceans. Read More
The bottom line: climate change effects are real and present, and they are already obliging us to think differently...
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Where to find scientists in school

I sat down to tease open an owl pellet. That’s the dried furry mass of tiny bones that’s regurgitated after an owl’s meal. Within moments, a gang of eager kids saddled up... Read More
I sat down to tease open an owl pellet. That’s the dried furry mass of tiny bones that’s...
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Hope soars

It was bigger than the Red-tailed Hawks so frequent along the freeways of Southern Ontario. Big enough that I thought “eagle” right away. Read More
It was bigger than the Red-tailed Hawks so frequent along the freeways of Southern Ontario. Big enough that I...
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