The Walden Woods Projects prides itself on being a premier resource that offers extensive information about Thoreau, ideas for teaching Thoreau and guided talks and experiences that engage students in the land, literature and legacy of Thoreau! Below are some of our most popular programs and resources, used by educators across the country:
- Skype in the Classroom
- Art of Nature Poster Project
- Live Deliberately Essay Contest
- Henry’s HatSM Elementary Program
- World Wide Waldens
- Teacher-created Curriculum Units
- Teacher’s Guide to Transcendentalism (PDF)
- Bring your students to Walden Woods!
- Study Corner for students
More links to additional Thoreau-related resources:
Walden, A Game—A Thoreau-inspired video game on which the Walden Woods Project collaborated with Tracy Fullerton, the game’s designer, director and writer, and her team at the USC Game Innovation Lab. If you are planning to use the game in a classroom, you can get an educational license for the game at no cost!
Please contact us if you have unanswered questions after checking out the above links.