Take your students to the nearest Earth Hour event in your city! Check our directory of events around the world here.
Organize a beach/street cleanup with your students and fellow teachers. Take action together to preserve our ecosystem!
Organize a stargazing event at your school and try to identify the constellations in the starry sky.
Organise a field trip to a local prominent park, mountain range, beach, etc. and educate your students on the different kinds of floral and fauna present.
Simulate a day in school where energy and resources are scarce, and encourage sustainable consumption habits.
Organise a nature or wildlife documentary screening event in your school. Cultivate a deeper understanding and appreciation for nature with documentaries such as
Plan a lesson to educate your students about our planet using our guides and classroom resources that you can find here.
Get students into teams and put their knowledge about recyclables to the test! In this game of speed and accuracy, teams will have 1 minute to sort recyclables into their correct categories.
Organise a fund-raising carnival in school for nature or wildlife. Get each class to set up a booth to raise funds concerning significant matters like climate change, wildlife conservation and more.
Challenge each other in a game of Heads Up! Create your own deck of nature or wildlife-related word cards. Have a guesser hold up the cards on their forehead while the rest act out the word.
Switch off all the lights and put up a shadow puppet play with your student. Cut out different shapes of animals, set up a stage using cloth and light and let the shadows come to life!