View our Card Resources to learn how to use and make EOL Biodiversity Cards as a classroom project or to download and print pre-made cards. Biodiversity Cards are great for teaching about ecosystems and food webs. See the Bee and Frog Observer Cards for in-depth species information.
Welcome to EOL Learning + Education
The Encyclopedia of Life Learning + Education website (EOL L+E) is part of the larger EOL collaborative. EOL L+E works with educators, citizen scientists and partners to make this information accessible through free tools, services and resources found here.
Biodiversity CardsPrevost's squirrel Callosciurus prevostii | EOL Taxon Page
Bring EOL into your classroom with our lesson plans. Aligned to NGSS standards, they also pull in content and resources from EOL.Nasturtium Tropaeolum majus | EOL Taxon Page
Podcasts and Google Earth Tours
Our five-minute podcasts are great for the classroom. They include Lesson Plans, transcripts, and scientist interviews.
Google Earth Tours add a significant geographic context to these biodiversity stories.Violet-crowned woodnymph Thalurania colombica | EOL Taxon Page
Explore these articles to start learning about biodiversity, scientific names and other topics about life on Earth.Blue crab Callinectes sapidus | EOL Taxon Page
ChallengeUse the City Nature Challenge activities in your classroom.
Heritage LibraryThe Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) provides the foundational literature to EOL, including original descriptions and a beautiful coloring book .
iNaturalistiNaturalist is an open science, biodiversity observation platform. Their research-grade images flow back into EOL.
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