Wild Things Around Us ~ offers music,props and a video presentation to help young people learn about South Florida animals and how to protect their habitats.
Wonderful Water ~ includes fun, hands-on experiments plus a fact-filled presentation about the importance of water and ways to conserve it.
Oceans Blue: Mystery of the Reef ~ includes a play where young people act as marine animals while they learn how actions on land impact the health of our oceans.
Nature’s Way of Recycling ~ is all about garbage… where it comes from, where it goes and ways to recycle and reduce it. While participating in a game, young people learn the basics about our natural resources.
Kids Care about Our Trees ~ encourages young people to understand the importance of trees, how they can be affected by hurricanes, and the differencesbetween native, exotic and invasive plants.
Plant Trees Sturdy for the Birdies (PTSFB) ~ The film features an environmentally-conscious owl that helps lead ecologically-illiterate homeless birds to their new safe haven. In the process, the film educates young viewers and their families on the importance of native versus invasive exotic plant species, how to properly plant and care for trees that can weather a hurricane and the dangers of invasive species to our ecosystem.
- Click Here for the Environmental Educator Toolkit for PTSFB(Link to PDF)
Keep it Cool (KIC) ~ educates young people about climate change, teaches them to perform simple audits of their behaviors and surroundings that affect energy consumption and identify one new action to reduce their impact on global climate change. Wake up, Your Future isNow!
- Click Here for the Environmental Educator Toolkit for KIC(Link to PDF)
- Click Here for the Home Energy Audit for KIC(Link to PDF)
Urban Explorer Program ~
KEC Environmental Presentations are done in a variety of settings, ranging from public and private schools to libraries and businesses. To date, KEC has given face-to-face presentations to over 70,000 young people and adults. KEC’s Presenter Corps brings together people from all age groups to serve as presenters, mentors and facilitators. This volunteer group inspires other people in their community to take action and helps KEC to build the critical mass of people needed by teaching how to make environmental harmony a reality.
For further information about the KEC, ecology, and environmental actions you can take, please contact:The Kids Ecology Corps
1350 East Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304-2815
Tel: (954) 524-0366
Fax: (954) 524-0367