This suite of lessons looks at the environmental threats to our planet & provides plenty of involving interactive tasks to help children understand how they can live more sustainable lives. The lesson plans are written to accompany a PowerPoint presentation, which is filled with brilliant visual resources to facilitate learning and inspire pupils' interest.
Cities shape our health and well being and people’s decision-making shapes cities. This lesson plan allows children to find their voice and develop their scientific, communication and decision-making skills in order to influence change.
Whilst this resource is written with a focus on the coast the games and activities can be very easily adapted to any habitat you wish to study. Similarly, each element could be taught separately if time is at a premium. At it's best, it would be delivered at your local beach where the children could fully immerse themselves in a coastal world.
With the Arctic as a hook, climate change is streamed throughout, with a significant focus on the future of the Arctic. This exciting, topical and contemporary resource enables teachers and pupils to explore the incredible Arctic region via an enquiry-based approach and from a cross-curricular perspective; Geography is the lead subject with links to other subjects (English/literacy; drama; art; music; science and computing).
This lesson covers the basic anatomy of the coral polyp, their life cycle and reproductive processes, and finishes with a game that shows how tropical coral polyps get their energy boost to create such amazing structures.
All of our environmental games are under 20 minutes and use minimal resources so you can play them anywhere and at anytime. So, whether you are starting a new topic, need to burn off some class energy, or are waiting for the bus to turn up at the end of a school trip reach for our handy guide for short games with a natural and eco twist.