In-Person Presentations

KCB has even more classroom presentations that can be scheduled to visit your school in the 2022/2023 school year. To schedule a visit, please reach out through our email. Just like our virtual classroom presentations, below you will find accompanying resource guides (containing additional book & video remmendations) and worksheets that parents and teachers can print out for their students to use before, during, or after an in-person classroom presentation.

Paper Recycling

Paper Recycling (grades 2nd - 8th) teaches children about the importance of trees and why paper should be recycled. Students will even get messy making their own paper! To expand upon this classroom presentation check out these resources:

Paper Recycling Resource Page.pdf

Resource Guide

Paper Recycling Worksheet.pdf

Worksheet

Eco-Art

The Eco-Art presentation (grades 2nd - 8th) teaches children about the three "R"'s and how art is one way to reduce, reuse, or recycle what might have been thrown away. Students will even get to make some eco-art of their own. To expand upon this classroom presentation check out these resources:

Eco Art Resource Page.pdf

Resource Guide

Eco-Art Worksheet.pdf

Worksheet

Wonders of the Sun

This presentation (grades 3rd - 12th) teaches students about the sun's energy, how we use it, and how the Earth reacts to it through Greenhouse Gases. Students will get to make UV reative braclets to help them remember the power of the sun. To expand upon this classroom presentation check out these resources:

Wonders of The Sun Resource Page.pdf

Resource Guide

Wonders of the Sun Worksheet.pdf

Worksheet

Water, Water Everywhere

This presentation (grades 3rd - 12th) teaches students about the availability and origins of fresh water, how humans use it, and what we can do to conserve this important resource. To expand upon this classroom presentation check out these resources:

Water, Water, Everywhere Resource Page.pdf

Resource Guide

Water Packet.pdf

Workbook

Understanding Your Carbon Footprint

This presentation (grades 6th - 12th) teaches students about the relationship between Greenhouse Gases and Climate Change. Students will learn about the impact of habits, goods, and services and how lifestyle choices and collective action can shape a better future. For more, don't miss our Growing Green Artist series all about climate change. To expand upon this classroom presentation check out these resources:

Growing Green Resource Page_sm.pdf

Resource Guide

Understanding Your Carbon Footprint.pdf

Worksheet