Biodiversity Works for Wildlife
We hope you have as much fun with this kit as we did putting it together. It’s filled with ideas and simple instructions to get you started on a Habitat 2020 project today.
Wildlife... Yours to Recover
Whether you’re a first timer or an old hand, your participation is crucial for wildlife. Under your supervision, Habitat 2020 projects help youngsters make real contributions towards conserving our amazing natural heritage.
We're Part of the World-Wide Web of Life
We’re proud to present this kit, packed with resources to help young people create wildlife habitat projects. It takes an ecosystem approach: recognizing that we as human beings are part of nature, not separate from it.
Wild Things Need a Place to Grow
This kit is a simple way of reminding us how important sustainable habitat is to the future of wildlife. It’s about harmonizing our own needs with those of other living things, since the future we share with wildlife depends on all of us having a place to grow.
Give Wildlife an Edge... Protect Our Shorelines
This kit takes an innovative approach to educating young people about their environment.
Home is Where...There's Habitat
Through the hands-on activities in this kit, youngsters will learn the importance of habitat to wildlife, themselves, their communities, provinces or territories, country, and planet. They will become aware of areas near and far that have been disrupted without a thought for the creatures that live in them. Through both large- and small-scale projects, students can offer wildlife and habitat a huge helping hand.
Migration... an Incredible Journey
This package addresses the habitat needs of wild travellers and looks at migration as the lifeblood of planet Earth. The cycling of nutrients, the motion of energy, and the movement of genetic information are all part of this flow.
Climate is Changing... Help Wildlife Weather the Storm
This educational package is designed to inform Canadian youth about the value of wildlife and habitat, the potential impacts of climate change on species and spaces, and the need to conserve these ecological treasures.
Native Species... Nature's Choice
This learning unit informs young Canadians about the nature of invasive species, how they are introduced and spread, their impacts on native species and spaces, and how to protect our natural riches in the face of this threat. The unit has been thoroughly reviewed by scientists and educators across Canada.
Give Backyard Birds Something to Sing About
Learning activities in this unit are designed to help you teach important basics about birds through subjects such as life science, geography, and language arts. They encourage students to think for themselves, ask questions, and find solutions to problems that affect birds and so affect us all.
Explore and Embrace a Special Wild Place
Help students discover their own special wild spaces, where they can explore their relationship with the wild and find whatever they need—a sense of peace, joy, belonging, rejuvenation, and of appreciation for "wildness."
Everyone Lives in a Watershed!
Everyone lives in a watershed! Help your students get to know their watershed and the wildlife that lives there.
Canada's North - Ours to Protect, the World's to Cherish
The North, as distant as it may seem to southerners, bears the brunt of human-induced environmental change.
Pollinators... From Flowers to Food to Our Future
In this educational unit, you will find classroom resources and activities to help your students understand the science and value of pollination, recognize the threats facing pollinators, and act in responsible ways for a healthy planet.
Ocean Life Depends on Us
We've created this ready-to-use kit to help you and your students support our stupendous salty seas.
Your Actions Make Waves from Sea to Sea
This kit's theme is the global aquatic ecosystem.
Just as our seas sustain us, we must sustain our seas.
One Earth, One Ocean, One Life
Activities and project ideas in this kit will help you chart your schools' blueprint for ocean action.
Keep Ocean Life on the Move
This kit looks at aquatic habitat and focuses primarily on the challenges facing migratory species, like leatherback sea turtles, harlequin ducks, Atlantic salmon, and grey whales.
Oceans... Closer Than You Think!
You may live thousands of kilometres from the nearest coast. But the health of our oceans matters to all of us. And what each of us does affects their health.
Canada — an Ocean Community
What is a community? It’s a collection of living things, joined by interrelationships and interdependencies.
Give Ocean Life a Safe Harbour... From Climate Change
What sets this unit apart from other learning resources on climate change is that it focuses not only on human concerns but also on the impacts of warming temperatures, rising sea levels, declining lake levels, and other phenomena on Canada’s aquatic species and spaces.
Freshwater – Our Living Link with the Ocean
Your community is one of thousands sprinkled across a huge mass of mountains, hilltops, flat lands, and wetlands.
Discover the Ocean in Your Backyard
The conceptual and spatial mapping activities in this unit offer excellent ways to explore how we are all intimately connected to our salt-water world.