Try these links if they didn't work in the body of the post: 

http://www.garlicmustard.org/                   www.inaturalist.org             https://scool.larc.nasa.gov/                   https://www.globe.gov/     

        https://www.globeatnight.org/     https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Nature-Spotter-4580834            https://www.facebook.com/mathmargosmore/ 

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6 Comments

  1. What neat ideas. Can't wait to share these with my kids!! Thanks.

  2. I’d never heard of this until now! Thank you for sharing! I’m going to look into this for my own kiddos.

  3. @Elena:Glad you found this to be useful. There are SO many citizen science programs available for individuals of all ages, families, schools, camps, etc. When you start to search, you will be amazed!

  4. @Lisa:There's a wealth of information out there for teachers who would like to do citizen scientist projects with their students. We love them!

  5. Great idea! I know some kiddos who'd jump at the Citizen Scientist opportunity. Thanks for sharing.

  6. @Marcy Howe:You're very welcome! Keep checking for more of these as I'm constantly checking these projects and I will be posting more. We just sold our house and must move out by June 26th...I am going to attempt at least a couple more posts before then.

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