DISTANCE LEARNING RESOURCES 

  • SOLITARY BEE ART CONTEST

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    Art is a great way to keep kids learning and creative during the shelter in place order. For more information or to participate, click the image of the bee above. 

    Contest is closed. Click the image above to view submissions.

  • WIYOT PLACENAME VIDEO

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    By clicking the image above, you will be led to the Wiyot Tribe's website. There you can learn about Wiyot history and culture, and watch an educational video about the Wiyot people. 

  • FRIENDS OF THE DUNES COLORING

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    Coloring is an excellent way to keep creativity flowing! Click the image above to download the Friends of the Dunes Coloring Book.

  • CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS  

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    Join California State Parks North Coast Redwoods on free daily virtual tours. Topics include Humboldt history, marine ecosystems, wildlife, indigenous peoples of Northern California, and plants of the redwoods. Click the image above for state wide programs or visit California State Parks North Coast Redwoods' Facebook page for local programs and details. 

  • REDWOOD EDVENTURE QUESTS

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    Redwood EdVenture Quest gives you the opportunity learn about and explore our diverse landscape. Click the image above to find over twenty quests to download from home, including one that starts at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center

  • S.T.E.M. HUMBOLDT

    Click the image above for locally created, place-based activities and lessons that focus on STEM and environmental literacy. Each lesson can be done from home or your own back yard.

  • PROJECT LEARNING TREE

    Project Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators, parents, and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12. Click the image above for free, downloadable activities and lessons in both Spanish and English. 

  • MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM

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    The Monterey Bay Aquarium has tons of fun and educational resources available for students from preschool to grade 12. Click the image above for access to their website. Check out their Facebook page for live stream educational videos that are fun for all ages. 

  • WASHED ASHORE

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    Based in Bandon, Oregon, Washed Ashore builds and exhibits aesthetically powerful art to educate a global audience about plastic pollution in the ocean and waterways and spark positive changes in consumer habits. Visit their website for curriculum, games, and activities that can be done from home. 

  • QUIVER VISION AUGMENTED REALITY COLORING PAGES

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    Bring your creations to life! Click the image above to download augmented reality coloring pages. For an instructional video, click here

    QuiverVision are world-leading Augmented Reality specialists with a focus on cutting edge color technology, providing high quality engaging experiences for all ages for some of the most recognizable brands in the world.

  • CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION

    Visit the California Coastal Commission website for a wealth of teacher resources, lessons, and activities for students at home. If you are just looking for fun ways to pass the time, visit their Just for Fun page here

  • CRAFT IN PLACE

    Craft in Place is designed to stretch one's imagination in the potential of what skill can be developed with the materials that are available at hand. Craft in Place is a collaboration effort between Tuesday Tumbleweed, Scrap Humboldt, and Pen + Pine. Click the image above for fun and educational crafting projects.

  • IMPROV HOMESCHOOL

    Follow along as two teachers seek out teachable moments while they shelter at home. Click the image above to discover ways to learn about nature in your own backyard. 

  • DUNE BINGO WITH FRIENDS OF THE DUNES

    Take your observation skills to the next level with Dune Bingo! Simply click on the image above to download and print the bingo sheet, grab a pen, and head to the dunes.

  • ASSOCIATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

    Click the image above for a series of resources that focus on environmental education tools and activities for students and teachers at home. 

  • COASTAL DUNE COLORING PAGES

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    Click the image above to download and color illustrations created by local ecologist, Andrea Pickart.