"Because little nature lovers turn into big nature lovers"

Our Mission

FIELD Kits aspire to connect children to nature and develop an understanding of its importance with the hope of inspiring environmental conservation and a recognition to preserve our environment.

What are FIELD Kits?

What the kids are saying about FIELD Kits

Woah, this is so cool! 

Charlotte

Woah! The bat skull is so TINY!

Anna

Hear what the adults have to say

I love these kits! So versatile and awesome! It has started so many conversations and they had so many great questions and most were answered in the kit! We learned about roses and bees and then we went outside to examine our roses and rescued a bee from the dog bowl. Which was great because we could look at him closely while he recovered. We compared what we just learned against the real thing! It was so cool and the best part... I looked so smart!!! 

CH

That's how long an Eagle's wing span is? That's huge! 

Kayla Attridge

FIELD Kits Coming Soon

All about plants!

Discover the world of plants, from how they grow, their parts and functions, to where they live and more. 

Waste in our World

Experience the different ways our waste is taken care of... is it enough? How can you make a difference? Focusing on a greener tomorrow! 

Fur

Help your students understand the impact the fur trade made? Or bring wild animal furs into your classroom to understand how animals camouflage and stay warm.

Woodland Wonders

Discover the dynamic of trees and the surrounding plants in their characteristics, uses of trees, forest threats, tree growth, and looking deeper into how trees and plants breathe, connect, and adapt. 

Custom FIELD Kit

Are you looking for a specific topic?

Contact fieldkits@gmail.com to discuss the creation of a custom FIELD Kit. 

A little about me...

  • In every walk in nature one receives far more than he seeks.

  • John Muir
  • Puzzles...

  • "We could never have loved the earth so well if we had had no childhood in it"

  • ~ George Eliot
  • Life cycles

In every walk in nature one receives far more than he seeks.

John Muir

Puzzles...

"We could never have loved the earth so well if we had had no childhood in it"

~ George Eliot

Life cycles