Choose Your Own Path
Each course lets students decide what what data to gather next, with interactive lessons that introduce Earth Science concepts such as "How does water change Earth's landscapes?" or "How are rocks formed?"
Explore the heartland of America!
We’ll take you to some of the most interesting natural areas and parks in America! Our lessons feature many amazing places across Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Louisiana!
Lessons are developed by professional Earth Scientists and educators. The program is based on a 5E Learning model and covers material mapped to NGSS and State science educational standards.
You can trust this program as a novel and effective learning supplement for the classroom or the home.
Become an Everyday Earth Program Sponsor!
We need your help!
Our goal is to complete the "EveryDay Earth" program by 2023 - and make it available for every 6th grade science classroom or homeschool student!
The first 4 Missions are completed and online, thanks to our sponsors below. We are currently fundraising to complete Missions 5-8.
As a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, Esteem Education Co. is 100% reliant on financial giving from partners like you to help us progress towards this goal!
Please consider donating today by visiting our Donate page, to keep this resource free!
OUR EVERYDAY EARTH SPONSORS
Lance and Cindy Ruffel Foundation
- Lance Ruffel
- Cindy Ruffel
- Michael and Bethany Bone
- Thomas Cronin
- Frank & Cindy Gagliardi
- Jason Hamilton
- Terry & Betty Hollrah
- Mark & Carol Lester
- Larry Lunardi
- Devin P. Dennie, Ph.D.
EveryDay Earth is created by the Esteem Education Co. (Esteem Co.), in partnership with
the Oklahoma Geological Foundation. Both entities are non-profit 501(c)3 charitable
organizations focused on advancing and promoting K-12 Earth science outreach and education.
Original concepts, characters, storylines and structures for "EveryDay Earth" are provided by the
program's creators and co-founders, Dr. Devin P. Dennie and Mr. Todd Kent.
"EveryDay Earth" and the "EveryDay Earth program" and all related concepts, characters, storylines, and materials are US trademarked and copyright, Esteem Education Co. (Esteem Co.), 2019 & 2020.