LSF Classroom Resources and Lesson Plans
LSF creates classroom resources and lesson plans to support curriculum requirements as a need is identified. Please check out the following easy to use, classroom ready resources to explore key sustainability issues with your students.
|In partnership with HP, LSF has developed A Million Bottles a Minute: Closing the Plastics Loop for grades 4-8, an engaging and hands-on introduction to the single-use plastics problem, the concept of the circular economy, and actions we can take to reduce our single-use plastics consumption. Several delivery options are available, including slides with speaking notes, a play-and-go webinar recording, and a "home base" PDF with activities and information linked.
|Our compilation of Climate Change Resources for Teachers on R4R.ca consists of a wide range of exemplary curriculum-connected climate change classroom resources, children's literature books and videos that will help teachers attack this complex, wide-reaching and urgent issues with their students.
|Discover the Technology Loop! is a dynamic, cross curricular, skill-building resource to help students explore the environmental and social impacts of the computer electronics life cycle (from design, sourcing their materials, manufacturing, distribution, use and end of use).
|EcoLeague Action Project Recipes are experiential learning activities that provide students with opportunities to engage in meaningful, empowering, inspiring and rewarding experiences. Each Action Kit includes ideas for in-class activities, step-by-step directions of the action day, follow-up activities and ideas for further investigation.
|Inquiries for a Sustainable Future provides extensive background information on each issue, as well as a series of questions for students to debate and discuss
|Teaching Geography Through a Sustainability Lens guide outlines five ‘big questions’ that students should considered throughout grade nine geography in order to encourage responsible citizenship.
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