Welcome kids, parents and educators! Engaging with our youth is a priority for Spokane Clean Air. Below is a list of resources available.
We are available to engage K-12 students in Spokane County with virtual presentations. To discuss and schedule a virtual classroom program, please email Stephanie at SMay@SpokaneCleanAir.org.
Nora & Wes: A Quest for Clean Air coloring storybook is geared toward K-4th graders. It includes puzzles and coloring pages for students to learn about air quality. To request hard copies, call 477-4727 ext. 125.
Nora & Wes: Airo's Quest for Clean Air comic book is geared toward 5-8th graders. It is a step up from the coloring storybook and features a comic style that is fun and educational for an older audience. To request hard copies, call 477-4727 ext. 125.
Our Air Quality Scavenger Hunt helps kids explore the air.
This webpage provides lesson plans and resources organized by environmental topic.
Instructions to Build Your Own Particle Sensor. This activity will teach the basics about particulate matter air pollution and electronics.
More resources from other agencies, including NASA.
We implement a statewide, award-winning No-Idle Zone program for area elementary and middle schools. Call for your free program today! 477-4727, ext. 125.
Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency (Spokane Clean Air) recently partnered with the Spokane Aquifer Joint Board (SAJB) to create a Virtual Science Fair Extravaganza. The Virtual Science Fair is focused on Science Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) activities for students in 1st – 6th grades.
We are a participating agency supporting the EnviroKids Club. EnviroKids' Club is open to K-6 grade/school-aged children residing in Spokane County. Membership is free and includes a quarterly newsletter full of information, activities and invitations to local environmental/outdoor activities. Members can earn points to "purchase" special prizes.
We work with scouting, campfire and other non-school based organizations within Spokane County. Call 477-4727 ext. 125 to discuss and schedule an air quality program that fits your needs.
Washington Green Schools is a unique program that provides tools to help schools assess their environmental impacts and programs to reduce those impacts and save money.