Topic outline

  • General

    Intro to Ecology and Environment

    While developing knowledge and talent for life in Space, EIS strongly endorses the preservation, celebration and renewal of our Earth.etching 30 Choose one or all of these introductory resources before doing the You are the Explorer lesson which follows them. We welcome your suggestions in our Educators Forum.

  • Topic 1

    Raise Awareness and Eco IQ

  • Topic 2

    Lesson : You are the Explorer

    Today, you will become explorers. You will follow the path of the old explorers, make your own map, create a travel planner, and record all you have learned in your journal. Download pictures of the people, plants and animals to illustrate your story.




  • Topic 3

    The explorers recorded all of the details of their trip by writing in their journals everyday. They wrote about the weather, described the people and places they visited, drew and described the plants and animals of the different parts of the land. They visited the ancient forest, the riverbanks, the seashore, the grasslands, the mountains, the dry lands that are practically desert  and the land where the rainforest had been chopped down and burned. The explorers knew that it was wrong to waste all those trees because trees give off oxygen and oxygen is what we breathe.

  • Topic 4

    Being true scientists, the explorers recorded in their journals the name of each city, town and village that they passed through. Then they marked their route on their expedition maps.

    Use the Map worksheet to mark your route in red or create your own map. (Ask the Art teacher how to use a grid to enlarge the map or learn how to enlarge on the printer.)



  • Topic 5

    For extra activities, use the Easy word searchAdvanced word search, and coloring sheets from Remember the Rainforest 2. 


  • Topic 6

    Remember the Rainforest 2

  • Topic 7