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Welcome to our website’s resource library, where we offer an extensive collection of free science materials tailored for K-12 students. Dive into a wealth of educational resources including articles, activities, lesson plans, learning modules, and much more. All materials are free to download!

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  • Today, Smokey continues to teach people of all ages about the importance of preventing wildfires. Just how effective is Smokey’s…

    A Burning Question: Is An Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure?

  • Open forest ecosystems, like those of longleaf pine or loblolly pine, are managed with regular fires to support native plants…

    A Flame Changer – How Fire Diversity Affects Bee and Butterfly Populations

  • The scientists in this study were interested in looking at how prescribed fire affects longleaf pine forests and their ability…

    Knock on Wood: Understanding the Relationship Between the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker, Longleaf Pine, Fire, and Carbon

  • Try this vocabulary word challenge. Fill out the provided graphic organizer answering questions about a glossary term.

    My Word! Challenge – Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

  • In recent years, populations of quaking aspen have been in decline in the Western United States. Stands of aspen are…

    Quaking in their Roots: The Decline of the Quaking Aspen

  • In recent years, populations of quaking aspen have been in decline in the Western United States. Stands of aspen are…

    Quaking in their Roots: The Decline of the Quaking Aspen (Spanish)

  • In this article, scientists explore if and how climate and weather are connected to very large wildland fires to help…

    Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire: Is Climate Connected to Very Large Wildland Fires?

  • Test your knowledge about biodiversity, ecosystems, and conifers.

    Word Search – Quaking in Their Roots