Environmental Action Projects

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KIDS for the BAY Environmental Action Projects provide the exciting opportunity for teachers and students to take action to help solve environmental problems in their local communities. Each project includes engaging hands-on activities focusing on a particular environmental problem and the solutions to that problem.  Teachers and students become empowered to take action and help our local environment!

“The Action Project gave my students an overwhelming sense that they were doing something good for their community.”
— Jenna Krier, Fourth Grade Teacher, Futures Elementary School, Oakland

Each Action Project includes hands-on activities aligned with Next Generation Science Standards and three hours of instruction and action!

Environmental Action Project choices for kindergarten – eighth grade classes:

“I learned that one person might think it’s okay to pollute but if everyone thinks like that one person, then the bay will be a very polluted place.”
— Taizair, Fourth Grade Student, Prescott Elementary School, Oakland

Questions?
Cayla Naranjo, Program Coordinator: cayla@kidsforthebay.org  |  510-985-1602

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