A food habitat map is a visual representation of the school and grounds that shows any areas connected with food and drink. Step 1: View the presentation. Step 2: Follow the lesson plan to complete your food habitat map.
To improve food literacy, to raise awareness about the origins of various food items, and to increase participants’ awareness of the impacts of their food choices on the environment.
To familiarise students with plant life-cycles, and to raise awareness about the role and importance of biodiversity in plant life-cycles and in food production generally.
Students explore a variety of fresh foods using all of their senses following in this interactive lesson.
Grooving to the Beat of Family Dynamics This lesson plan is aimed at 1st - 4th class, and aligns with SDGs 3 and 10.
Exploring the intersectionality of queer history and climate activism. Addressing SDGs 3, 5 and 10 For Senior Primary and Secondary students
Asses the importance of individual actions and how we can choose our actions to make the world a better place.