Tuesday, March 15, 2016

DCNR’s Cosmo’s World Series Teaches Students Important Environmental Concepts

Join the Emmy-Award winning Cosmo the Flying Squirrel, Terra the River Otter and their friends on new journeys of environmental discovery.  
Cosmo’s World is produced by the Wild Resource Conservation Program, eMediaWorks, PBS 39 Lehigh Valley and Natural Biodiversity to help classroom teachers and environmental educators teach these topics to elementary and middle school students in a fun and engaging way.
The videos and lesson plans are tied to Pennsylvania academic standards for environment and ecology, which require educators to teach environmental stewardship.
Come visit Cosmo’s World as often as you like. Cosmo and Terra will be here to take you on adventures through Pennsylvania’s habitats. Do Something Wild! Be a friend to all living things, great and small.
Cosmo’s World videos cover topics like: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Sustainable Agriculture, Endangered Species, Energy, Invasive Species, Water and more.
The most recent Cosmo video on Trees will air on PBS 39 on Friday at 3:30.
For more information, visit DCNR’s Cosmo’s World Video Series webpage.

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