The EverGreen Twins Activity Book
40+ Eco-Activities, Games, and Outdoor Adventures
Written and illustrated by Rick Reynolds. 152 pages
More than an ordinary activity book!
- Hands-on projects
- New twists on favorite puzzles
- 150+ pages for coloring and creativity
Why teachers and parents love it:
- Promotes critical thinking
- Engages kids in active, visual, and hands-on ways
- Meets national standards in science, math, language arts, social studies, technology, and art
For kids of all ages!
Printed in Portland, OR on 100% recycled paper; bound with 100% recycled Eco-Coil.
We are now happy to provide print and electronic books for free.
Donations are gladly accepted to cover the cost of printing locally with recycled materials.
Please contact us with requests that include the name of your school, if applicable and grades you work with if you are a teacher.
Praise for The EverGreen Twins Activity Book
“I LOVE the book because the graphics perfectly illustrate the concepts. I had to buy a second one to share it with a friend!”
Naomi Harper, Teacher, Will Rodgers Middle School, Fair Oaks, CA
“This book is such an amazing resource because it provides simple and accessible ways to approach nature, environmental issues, and sustainability. If you’re interested in providing top notch environmentally oriented experiences for your kids, this book is definitely for you!”
Matthew Collins, Education Director, Tryon Creek State Forest, Portland, OR
“My daughter instantly gravitated towards this book, and her father and I are excited to see her interacting with the great content. Thanks!”
“My son LOVES the book!!! He is a bit of a hard sell, too, so you have really nailed it!”
Kelly Hogan, Teacher
Mother Earth School, Portland, OR
“My students and I love this book! They were so excited about it, that they requested we do EVERY activity. We’re currently wrapping up the Organism Organizer activity and they’ve had so much fun with it. Thank you for putting together such a great resource!”
Lillian Kidwell, Teacher
St. Clare School, Portland, OR
“I recently purchased this book and am so excited to start using the activities in it. I am a educator and involved with activities at my church. I believe this book will be a wonderful resource.”
Lily Todd, Hillsboro, OR
“Team up with the EverGreen Twins to explore the ecology and action behind Sustainability. The engaging characters and activities will be sure to both educate and entertain students. The content is current and relevant, integrated and important.”
Jessica C. Levine, M.Ed., NBCT
Eckstein Middle School, Seattle, WA
2009 Outstanding Formal Environmental Educator, Environmental Education Association of Washington
“The EverGreens are EverGreat!”
Maggie Salter, Age 11, Portland, OR
“I love it that the book becomes the child’s with their own words, drawings, and coloring in all the charts and everything that can be filled out. I hope this is just the first book of many!”
Cheri Rydbeck, Mother and Grandmother, Kent, WA
“The book is great. It should be translated into every language, including Ethiopian, so we can get it to all of the children in my country.”
Yasin D’Darmulo, Ph.D. candidate in Sustainable Development and Education, University of Muenster, Germany
“Absolutely lovely. Thank you.”
Kimberly Haverkos, Mother of four and doctoral student in Educational Leadership, Miami University, Ohio
“Thank you for the great activity book. Our 5-year-old daughter colors in it every day! We can’t wait to do some of the projects.”
Jaime and Melissa Valdez, Wilsonville, OR
“It’s awesome! And really do try the Kangaroo Rat Hop!”
Mika Stanard, Age 12, Portland, OR
“Very interesting activities. I have tried to create a curriculum that teaches about sustainability, but this book is very helpful to me.”
HyunJin Hong, Elementary School Teacher, South Korea
Reviews in the Press
Local environmental educator takes hands-on approach to conservation education.
Clair Oliver, The Southwest Community Connection, May 31, 2012, p. 12.
Local author/educator makes learning about the environment fun for kids.
James Bash, The Hollywood Star News
“Book inspires eco exploring for younger set.“
Julia Silverman, Portland Tribune