Your students probably think of summer as the time to stay up late, goof around with friends, ride bikes in the neighborhood, and play video games. And yes, it is all those things! But summer doesn’t have to mean that they can’t keep learning about the environment. In fact, summer poses some unique learning opportunities that they wouldn’t get any other time of the year. Below are some ideas you can suggest to your students to try and engage in when they're ready to get outside.