Wild Earth Lab

Outdoor science learning experiences

Science illustration to spark curiosity!

As an illustrator and trained environmental scientist, I’m a bit obsessed with trying to present the complexity of the natural world in a beautiful way. By incorporating my artwork into scientific diagrams and educational materials, I seek to share a view of nature through the eyes of a scientist.

My educational resources are designed to bring the real experience of being an environmental scientist to your classroom or homeschool! Click on the links below to learn more:

Explore my complete collection of resources on Etsy and TpT!

You can find my full collection of science units, plus mini studies, individual flashcard sets, art prints, and more on these platforms:

Love what you see? For you convenience, I now offer my ENTIRE collection in one gigantic bundle – at a gigantic discount too! Perfect for busy educators and homeschool families!

Visit the Wild Earth Lab blog!

Find science project tutorials, nature activity roundups, lesson planning ideas, and background information on all things environmental sciences!

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Try out my free educational materials and activities today! Just download and print these free learning activities and worksheets and get started today!

Featured Freebies:
Color in this tree diagram to learn how to identify the pith, xylem, phloem, bark, and more!

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Wild Earth Lab is dedicated to creating unique learning resources and stories to spark curiosity about nature, sustainability, and science!
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