Education Resources

Family Activities for At-Home Exploration

Educational Activity Downloads:

Cedar Circle Farm Nature Journal Club:

Looking for ways to keep your kids outside and occupied? Have them tune in to our Nature Journal Club. Every Monday we will share a journal prompt video - watch them below! Then, join our Education Team on Fridays for a 10 a.m. Zoom call where your kids can share their discoveries with others.

If you’re interested in participating in a Zoom meeting, email for the invitation link.

Have fun, stay safe, and go explore!

Need More Ideas?

There are so many organizations out there providing engaging remote learning opportunities! We’re inspired by these creative approaches to distance learning and staying engaged, and we hope you are too!

For the artists at home:


Glimpse into other worlds with LiveCams! Watch a mama eagle nesting with her babies, travel to a research center in Kenya to observe animals near a watering hole, dive underwater with manatees swimming at a state park in Florida, or just hang out in a living room full of puppies!

Screen to Green:

Not all of our distance learning takes place online. Check out what these other organizations are offering to go from Screen to Green and start exploring outdoors!

1. Distance Learning with Duke Farms:

2. “This Week in the Woods” from Northern Woodlands Magazine:

3. Harris Center for Conservation Education’s outdoor exploration guides:

4. Explore and learn about the plants and animals around you with VT Center for Ecostudies’ Vermont Atlas of Life (, and click “projects” to explore or contribute to one of the many citizen science projects, such as eBird or the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas.

5. Hone your plant ID skills (or just enjoy the beautiful photography) using these free-to-download charts and graphics from the Northern Forest Atlas: