Find out what’s lurking in your school pond or stream with your own DIY underwater viewers! Caddis fly larvae, dragonfly nymphs, maybe even a trout… who knows what you’ll discover!
To accompany Lesson Plan: Penguins, Pledges, and Climate Change
To be used with Penguin Tube Worksheet
An experiment that creates a DIY rain gauge.
What do you think makes a city sustainable? What do you think makes a city not sustainable? Follow the directions to create an unsustainable and sustainable city with this activity! City worksheet
In the Part 1 of Food Miles we looked at where our food comes from, how far it has to travel and how this relates to climate change. Today we will learn about three ways we can reduce our Food Miles. This resource pack includes a video highlighting 3 ways we can reduce our Food Miles [...]
Celebrate your love of cycling by creating a beautiful Bike Rim Wreath. All you need is paint, natural materials, string and an old bike rim of course. Why not create a personalised wreath for your cycling buddy’s garden? This is a simple yet very effective activity that can be enjoyed by all ages. Click on [...]
In this video Travel Officer Sorcha Brophy will guide you through how to draw your own bike using simple shapes. You can make your drawing as easy or as complicated as you like! https://youtu.be/YXCk5iijpiQ why not get crafty and create a bike picture using bits n pieces found around your home, such as bottle lids, [...]
Do you love technical drawing? Try you hand at copying some of these bus specification drawings or simply colour them in (maybe you can use your county colours!). Learn about the fleet size and capacities of local and city buses. Click on the green download but to get started.
Follow this ten minute video guide for inspiration where Green-Schools Officer Rebecca will give you some ideas on how to build your very own sustainable city. Cities and towns are often planned and built with only adults in mind. But did you know that by law children fully have the right to participate in public [...]