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Rooting Readers in the Literary Garden by Jennifer McQuillan (Ages 10-19; GT114)

Exploring Antarctica through Art, by Madeline Crouse and Skye Moret (All ages; GT112)

Exploring Learning Stories, by Lotje Hives and Astrid Steele (All ages; GT111)

Ecojustice Education through Pictures, by Erin Sperling (All ages; GT111)

Role-Playing, Inquiry and Food Chains, by Autumn Doss (Ages 6-10; GT111)

Riding the Waves of EBE, by Anneliese Worster, Trish-Marie Ziakas and Jennifer Whitten (Ages 6-10; GT111)

A Reel-y Authentic Food Truck, by Daisy Sharrock and Liz Perry (Ages 14-19; GT110)

Igniting Curiosity With Pocket Museums, by John Paull (Ages 6-10, GT110)

The Bison Range Project, by Jennifer Odgen (Ages 6-14; GT110)

Learning to be Gentle Giants, by Jane Powell (Ages 6-10; GT109)

Undercover Litter Picker, by Ann Palmer (All ages; GT109)

A “Cap”tivating Masterpiece, by Kimberly Carroll and Tim Carroll (Ages 6-10; GT108)

Inspiring the Bioregional Imagination by Patrick Howard (Ages 10-19; GT107)

“Shoot” down nature-deficit disorder, by Aimee Keillor (All Ages; GT106)

Planet Protecting Superheroesby Vanessa LeBourdais (Ages 6-14; GT105)

EcoCarols: A Creative Approach to Reinvention, by Ann Palmer (All Ages; GT105)

Plant Wars: Invaders of the Lost Parkby Daniella Rubeling (Ages 14-19; GT104)

The Art of Observation, by Shannon Walz (All Ages; GT103)

Art, Science and Fun Intertwined, by Edith Pucci Couchman (All Ages; GT103)

Using Multiple Intelligences to Promote Nature Education, by Christophe Vermonden (Ages 10-14; GT101)

The Nature-Study Movement, by Kelly Johnson (Ages 6-10; GT99)

When Nature Speaks: Role Playing, by Emma Gilbertson (Ages 6-10; GT99)

MindShift, by Alan Warner (Ages 11-19; GT98)

Yoga in the Classroomby Marina Ebert (All Ages; GT97)

Connecting Art and Science, by Amanda Berlinski (Ages 10-19; GT96)

A Peaceful Classroom through Feng Shui, by Deena Kara Shaffer (All Ages; GT95)

Directed Outdoor Murals on Schools, by Ann Coffey (Ages 5-12; GT93)

Rewriting Our World, by John Gust (Ages 10-14, GT93)

Creating Poetry with an Environmental Theme, by Bert Murphy (Ages 9-11; GT91)

Dig, Measure and Observe, by Natalie Stern (Ages 8-12; GT91)

Participatory Eco-Drama, by Dalia Levy (All Ages; GT91)

From Newcomer to Environmental Citizen, by Galina Vakhromova (Ages 14-19; GT91)

Transformation is in Our Hands, by Lisa Lipsett (All Ages; GT91)

Connecting to Nature through Art, by Dawn Malosh (All Ages; GT89)

Poetry Power: Using Poems in Environmental Education, by Alison Flensburg (Ages 6-14; GT87)

Key Terms in Environmental Fields: Establishing a Foundationby Fletcher Brown (Ages 14-19; GT87)

From Scared to Sacred: Changing our Relationship to Nature through Story, by Micheal Gowing (All Ages; GT86)

Environmental Writing Projects: Empowering Students, Documenting the Natural World, by Jan D. Wellik (Ages 10-19; GT85)

Greening the Elementary Education Curriculum One Course at a Time, by Penelope Wong (Ages 6-10; GT85)

Fashioning Flora to Fiber, by Marcia Eames-Sheavly and Charlotte Coddman (Ages 10-14; GT84)

Waiting for Rain or Seeding the Clouds?by Brian “Fox” Ellis (Ages 13-19; GT84)

Building with Natureby Rosemary Martin-Moore (Ages 10-15, GT82)

The Peanut Pageant, by William Straits and Glenn Grizzard (Ages 10-15, GT81)

Social Justice and Language Arts, by Christopher Greenslate (Ages 14-19; GT80)

Growing Art in School Gardens, by Hilary Inwood (All Ages; GT80)

Ethics in Action: Adopting an Environmental Practice, by John P. Engel and Daniel Sturgis (All Ages; GT78)

Drama in Environmental Education, by Shelagh Levey (Ages 8-12; GT77)

Earth and Religion: Seeking a Common Ground, by Carmela Federico (All Ages; GT77)

The ‘Who Am I?’ Project, by David Rude (Ages 10-14; GT77)

Environmental Education in After-School Programs, by Alison Varty (Ages 6-10; GT77)

Guiding Your School Toward Environmental Literacy, by Jeff Reading (All Ages; GT76)

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