Education for youth in third through fifth grades.
Virtual Story Time Series • Interactive • Environmental Learning Fun
From kindergarten through third grade, a child’s ability to read grows by leaps and bounds. Kids first learning to read get more information from listening to books read aloud than from reading them independently. To foster an appreciation for natural resources and encourage students to share the joy of reading, Alabama Extension is pleased to offer virtual story time. Lend an EAR as we explore environmental awareness through reading.
What is Lend an EAR?
- Lend an EAR contains the acronym for Environmental Awareness through Reading.
- Lend an EAR is a virtual storytime series delivered via Zoom.
What is the goal of Lend an EAR?
To foster an appreciation for natural resources and encourage students to share the joy of reading.
Who is the Lend and EAR Reading Challenge for?
The Lend and EAR virtual storytime series is for youth in third through fifth grades.
How much does Lend and EAR cost?
The Lend and EAR virtual storytime series is absolutely free!
Tune in Monthly on Thursdays
When: Every first Thursday from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. CT
Registration is required to attend this webinar series. The Zoom meeting number and link will be provided upon completing the online registration. Visit Lend an EAR virtual storytime series to register.
New to Zoom? Visit the Zoom website to watch a video that will help you prepare to attend.
Dates and Topics
- September 1 – Wildlife
- October 6 – Water Quality
- November 3 – Green Spaces
- December 1 – Alternative Energy
- January 5 – Emergency Preparedness
- February 2 – Recycling
- March 2 – Natural Disasters
- April 6 – Forestry
- May 4 – Wildlife
Contact Roosevelt Robinson for more information about this series or to learn about more natural resource programs offered throughout the state.
UESEP: Urban Environmental Science Education Program provides adults and youth with natural resource conservation strategies that lead to improved environmental awareness and stewardship.
This project was funded in part by USDA-NIFA. The USDA is an equal opportunity employer.