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BC Wildlife Federation

Online resource for preparing for the CORE exam, learning to be bear aware, and taking the boater exam:

Claire Watson: Coastal Culture Colouring Pages

Free printable colouring pages released each month and inspired by the West Coast:

David Suzuki Foundation: Suzuki Superhero Challenge 

Four fun activities free for download to help connect kids to nature and to understand their right to a healthy environment:

Frog Watch

Citizen science program to learn about the calls of frogs and toads, while contributing to data on amphibians in Canada:

NEEF: National Environmental Education

Environmental education at home activity guides, projects, and games:

Project Learning Tree

Free downloadable activities for families to learn about nature, suitable for kids aged 3-15:

SeaDoc Society: Junior Sea Doctors

An interactive website to explore the Salish Sea, with a kids section that has "Creature Features" and interactive games (including a Salish Sea Heroes section showcasing educational and inspiring stewardship action videos and 2 Tedx videos composed by students from BC):

Sierra Club

Great educational resources including Grades K-8 Going Wild Programs, activity sheets for educators and caregivers, and nature activities for the whole family. Resources are informed by the First Peoples’ Principles of Learning and the principle that connecting to nature is vital for environmental stewardship:

Naikoon Virtual Hike

A great opportunity to explore the Naikoon Provincial Park virtually with interactive and interpretive signs and activities:

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