Learning at Home with Nature Vision

Looking for some at-home learning opportunities? Nature Vision has developed a series of stormwater science packets that K-12 students can complete at home.

These packets support Next Generation Science Standards and are separated out by the grade bands: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Each day students will explore a science lesson related to the packet topic and fulfill corresponding activities that further their understanding. These lessons are designed for students to finish with little teacher/parent/caregiver guidance.

These packets were developed with support from City of Auburn Utilities, City of Bothell, City of Lynnwood, King County Flood Control District, and King County Wastewater Treatment Division.

Ecological Impacts

Water Quality

Human Systems

Ecological Impacts, Water Quality, and Human Systems packets team

Nature Vision Staff: Rob Healy, Allie Hotzfeld, Scott Jenkins, Mike Munro, Melissa Pendleton, Michelle Song, Kathryn Sooter, Katie Engel, Courtney Rogers, and Ginny Sanchez Ballard

City of Bothell Staff: Christi Cox

Bonus packets

Want to learn all about native plants, invasive plants, and noxious weeds? They all play a role in either helping or hurting the environment. Check out these bonus packets, which adult learners may also find interesting!

Invasive Plants

Invasive Plants packets team

Nature Vision Staff: Nathan Laudolff, Faye Thornburgh, Allie Hotzfeld, Katie Engel, and Ginny Sanchez Ballard

King County Noxious Weed Control Program Staff: Sasha Shaw

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