Lessons from the Forest
Let us bring the Rainforest to you.
Virtual lessons are now available for "Rainforest Bird Beak Challenge" and "Guess Who." Virtual lessons require access to high-speed Internet, and Zoom or Google Meet. Please specify when booking if you would like a virtual lesson. Thank you for keeping our school communities safe and healthy!
Spice up your virtual learning routine!
We are now scheduling limited in-person lessons, with strict precautions in place. If you choose to schedule an in-person lesson at this time, we ask that you:
Bring your students to an outdoor space.
Ask students who are not feeling well to stay home.
Have teachers distribute materials to students to avoid contact with outsiders.
To keep your students safe, we will:
Wear a mask at all times.
Sanitize hands regularly.
Remain 6' from students and instead have teachers distribute materials.
Thoroughly wash and sanitize materials after each use.
We know educators are working around the clock to engage their students in new ways while trying to keep up with ever changing educational standards and objectives. Our lessons were created by seasoned science teachers and rainforest experts to give your students a hands-on STEM lesson which clearly state the NGSS objectives.
Use the module below to contact our Education & Outreach Coordinator at email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Please allow at least one week to arrange your booking in order to ensure availability.
By booking with Friends of the Rainforest, you are confirming that you have read and agree to our policy for hosting an educational lesson.
Friends of the Rainforest is an international organization that engages in environmental education and justice work in and around St. Louis, Missouri, the “traditional, ancestral land of the Osage nation. The process of knowing and acknowledging the land we stand on is a way of honoring and expressing gratitude for the ancestral Osage people who were on this land before us” and recognizes those that are still here.