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Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle! This NO PREP informational flip book for EARTH DAY includes two differentiated versions for children in grades K-3. The simpler version is perfect for kindergarten students, ELL students, and older
The Story of Stuff Projectâ€™s journey began with a 20-minute online movie about the way we make, use and throw away all the Stuff in our lives. Five years and 40 million views later, weâ€™re a Community of 500,000 changemakers worldwide, working to build a more healthy and just planet. We invite you to watch and share our movies, participate in our study programs and join our campaigns. Come on, letâ€™s go!
The game is freely downloadable and can be played by one person, but preferably a small group of users. After download, CoMPAS can be played on a standalone computer. It can also be easily uninstalled. CoMPAS aims to give the Gamer insight into essential processes related to sustainable coastal development like the inter-relation between economy, ecology and society. For a defined coastal area, the Gamer has to invest money in different sectors on a yearly basis over a period of 20 years. After that period it will become clear whether the Gamer was able to develop the coastal area in a sustainable way or not. The game is set in an imaginary coastal area in Europe with sectors typical for the maritime economy, such as paper industry, tourism, water treatment, fishery and aquaculture. One game session has a duration of about 20 minutes, but it is always possible to improve the results in another session.
Order in the court. Hail to the chief! Roll call…yea or nay… iCivics is game, activity and resource filled Web site, founded by Justice, Sandra Day O’Conner to help young people of all ages learn about branches of government, citizenship, separation of powers, media influences on government, the budget, and the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Numerous elementary interactive resources in Social Studies.
Rethinking. R4R.ca provides immediate access to more than 1000 quality classroom resources. Developed by Learning for a Sustainable Future, R4R.ca connects teachers to lesson plans, books, videos and other materials that explore the environmental, social and economic dimensions of important issues and events unfolding in our world today. R4R resources have been reviewed by experienced classroom teachers and matched to relevant curriculum outcomes for each province and territory. Use the search engine to find resources and read the reviews. Most of these materials can be downloaded immediately.