Environmental Education Program Topics
Choose a program from the list below. We prefer to present these programs outdoors on OSMP, but can bring some programs to your classroom. Most of these programs can also be given in Spanish for groups of all ages. If your desired topic is not on this list, please be sure to ask; we may be able to accommodate you.
We can tailor these topics to match your specific needs and meet specific State of Colorado Teaching Standards and benchmarks. When you register, please let us know how to adapt the topic to reinforce your lesson plans or curriculum.
Boulder sales tax revenue pays for these programs. Shop in Boulder to keep these programs free.
Outdoor Safety: Caring for your land, Leave No Trace ethics, stewardship, outdoor and hiking safety
Ecology: general ecology; wetland ecology; fire ecology; winter ecology; habitats and ecosystems of Open Space and Mountain Parks
Wildlife: prairie dogs, mountain lions, bats, black bears, raptors, predators, bones and skulls, animal tracks and sign
Evolution: evolution / natural selection and other mechanisms; adaptations
Seasonal Changes: fall, winter, spring, summer, climate (drought)
Plants: invasive weeds; wildflowers; seeds; native plant gardening
Insects and Butterflies
Natural Resource Management/Careers
Boulder-area History: Open Space and Mountain Parks, Chautauqua, Boulder area, Native Americans of Colorado
Arts: drawing, painting, writing, nature, journaling, music, dance
Visit our E Learning Hub for a ever-growing selection of resources to help you plan classes, workshops, and activities. Download information and activities for geology, flora, fauna, and history.
Creek Critters Puppet Show: Boulder's Water Quality Outreach also offers excellent free programs for teachers, including the hilarious Creek Critters Puppet Show. Follow along the Boulder Creek watershed from the high mountain streams to the confluence with the St. Vrain. Learn why clean water is important to Boulder Creek Critters and how you can help protect and conserve water. Learn how you can bring the Creek Critters to your classroom.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 January 2013 14:34