Project Noah Nature School is a creative and dynamic nature curriculum for elementary and middle school. Our curriculum includes backyard-focused nature lesson plans, creative visual infographics, species spotlight videos, interactive conservation challenges, an environmental calendar and more nature-packed resources! We want to help teachers and educators worldwide so our full curriculum is open to the public and delivered over the web. Transform turn even the smallest yard or green space into a curiosity-creating nature classroom. Join us in our mission to bring nature learning and nature education into classrooms worldwide!
Ignite student curiosity with backyard focused wildlife lessons
Introduce students to real-world conservation problems!
Meet Ms. Mallory
Meet your Nature School Guide - Ms. Mallory!
Mallory Lindsay (aka Ms. Mallory) has been working with wildlife for over 15 years and is a wildlife expert on shows such as Science Channel's What on Earth, KUSI's Good Morning San Diego and Sci Q (in production).
Her passion for storytelling and adventure has led her around the globe to film wildlife- and researchers- in areas that most would not dare to go. She filmed in a cave full of bat-eating snakes, trudged through leech-infested jungles and swam in shark-infested waters to name a few.
Mallory's mission is to ignite curiosity by encouraging children (especially young girls) to fall in love with mud, bugs, and backyard exploration!
Bring exciting environmental programs to your District or State!