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LSF’s weekly collection of learning activities for grades K-12, hand picked from our Resources for Rethinking database. With a focus on getting outside, these guides are perfect for learning at school or at home!
Bi-weekly nature guides linking nature’s seasonal events to classroom resources on our Resources for Rethinking database.
Helps to link classroom learning with national/international sustainability campaigns using resources from our Resources for Rethinking database.
Lesson Plans/Classroom Resources
This guide provides tools for teachers to help youth choose an Aciton Project topic and to carry it out through the integration of FNMI ways of knowing.
Three cross-curricular inquiry resources developed to support knowledge gaps in climate change education for students in grades K-2, 3-6 and 7-12 across Canada.
LSF’s Engaging Students in Sustainable Action Projects Guide provides activities to support each step in the design and implementation of your Action Projects.
This series of 10 videos introduces students to various Canadian experts who build climate resilience through their work. Share these videos with your students to inspire them to think about green jobs!
These Toolkits for grades K-12 were specifically designed during COVID-19 to help educators build stronger classroom communities in a pandemic world. Great for back to school!
This workshop introduces gr. 4-8 students to the plastics problem through hands-on activities and gives them ideas for taking action on plastic pollution in their communities.
Our recipes guide teachers through student-led sustainabiltiy Action Projects from start to finish. Choose from a variety of topics, from greening your schoolyard to starting a vermicomposter and more!
This 6-week learning package addresses the importance of water, impacts on our water systems, freshwater accessibility and concludes with a student-led water Action Project.
A guided inquiry on our Canadian energy landscape that results in students designing and executing a sustainable energy plan for their school or home.