For teachers and parents: Science Education Resources by Nature Vision

All drains lead to a water body

Nature Vision is offering three fun and engaging science packets that students K-12 can work on at home. The best part – it’s FREE! Each packet covers a different topic:

and Humans & Water

A little storm drain love

With the COVID-19 pandemic and Governor Inslee’s order to close schools for the rest of the school year, teachers, parents, and students have had to quickly adapt to learning from home. Nature Vision wants to help lighten the load and, with the help of their sponsor Cascade Water Alliance, have created these packets for teachers to share with their students. This is an opportunity to continue to expand student learning through non-traditional educational practices.

What can you expect?

These lessons are designed for students to finish with little guidance from their teachers and parents/caregivers. Inside you will find a teacher overview, a parent/caregiver overview, and student lessons. Each day the student can explore a science lesson related to the topic and complete activities to further their understanding.

The packets support Next Generation Science Standards and are separated by the following grades: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Packets will be released to teachers on the following schedule, followed by Facebook Live Q&A sessions:

April 24th – Ecosystems Facebook Live Q&A sessions at

  • K-2: 10:00 AM-10:45 AM
  • 3-5: 11:00 AM-11:45 AM
  • 6-8: 1:00 PM-1:45 PM
  • 9-12: 2:00 PM-2:45 PM

April 24th – Watershed Packets (Designed to be 5 days of content)
May 1st – Watershed Facebook Live Q&A sessions at
May 1st – Human and Water Packets (Designed to be 5 days of content)
May 8th – Human and Water Facebook Live Q&A sessions at

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