Nature Lab

Virtual Field Trips

Two children stand in a grassy field with a snowy mountain range in the background. One child looks through binoculars and the other looks in a book.
Bioblitz At the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve, Utah. © Ian Shive

Explore the World with Virtual Field Trips

Designed for ages 9-15 but customizable for all ages, virtual field trips allow students to travel the world and explore natural environments without leaving the classroom. Each virtual field trip contains a video, teacher guide and student activities.

Minorities in Shark Sciences Education Hub

Learn with Our Partners

Ocean Heroes: Coastal Frontline Communities and Climate Justice
Made possible with support from the Bezos Family Foundation and Students Rebuild

The health of the oceans is suffering, and this has affected some of us more than others. Coastal communities, and those who are less-advantaged because they have less access to resources and face increased societal oppression, are more at risk from rising sea levels and storms. But there are some amazing groups working around the world to make change, educate their communities and build collective awareness. One featured partner, Minorities in Shark Sciences (MISS), creates K-12 content about sharks, skates and rays, the threats they face and conservation efforts to protect them. Courses include video lessons, activities, quizzes and action items.

Ocean Heroes (13:25) Coastal Frontline Communities and Climate Justice: More people rely on our ocean for food, energy, transport, recreation and other natural resources than at any other time in history.

All Virtual Field Trips

Explore Our Youth Curriculum

Access resources aligned to The Nature Conservancy's research and designed specifically for a young audience and classroom use.