About the Films:
Produced specifically for Grades K- 5, these wonderful nature education films feature acclaimed naturalist-teacher
and conservationist, Elizabeth Terwilliger. Her unique interactive, multi-sensory teaching techniques inspire children to
respect and appreciate Nature. As adults, they will be prepared to make responsible decisions to protect and preserve
our natural environment. The children in the films reflect our nation's ethnic diversity.
Bay Tidelands http://youtu.be/-4YaZpQm9Xs
Winner of the CINE Golden Eagle Award. At a drive-in restaurant, children follow
"Mr. Raccoon" on an adventure through a magic door that leads to the discovery of winter migrating birds, crabs
under rocks and plants along the shore. They make "Indian Chewing Gum" and share their new-found knowledge and discoveries
with their parents.
Redwood Forest, Stream, Ocean Beach & Monarch Butterfly
A girl living in the city falls asleep and dreams of being in a forest. She discovers
the wonders of its creatures and holds a banana slug and a snake. Following a stream to the ocean, she sees spawning salmon,
blows seed pods into the air, jumps rope with a long strand of kelp and then awakens to a new awareness of Nature in her own