Lesson Plans

SubjectToClimate (NJ adapted)
Grades 3-5
60 mins
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What About Bees?

This lesson introduces the importance of bees to humans, our food supply, and how children can create a healthy habitat for bees.

Topics: Expository Writing, Organisms: Life and Growth
Subjects: Biology, English Language Arts, Science
Types: Activity - Classroom, Charts, Graphs, and Tables, Lesson Plans, Projects, Videos
SubjectToClimate (NJ adapted)
Grades K-2
60 mins
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Plants Without Soil?

This lesson introduces students to the benefits of an aquaponics system, especially in areas where clean soil and water are scarce.

Topics: Expository Writing, Organisms: Life and Growth
Subjects: Biology, Science
Types: Activity - Outdoors, Charts, Graphs, and Tables, Ebooks, Lesson Plans, Projects, Videos
SubjectToClimate (NJ adapted)
Grades K-2
70 mins
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Los Animales y el Clima

In this lesson, students learn Spanish phrases about animals, climates, and simple actions to save energy at home.

Topic: Climate Change
Subjects: Earth and Space Sciences, Science
Types: Ebooks, Games, Lesson Plans, Projects, Videos
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
60 mins
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Digging Into the Secrets of Soil

This lesson introduces the idea of soil as an ecosystem and as a carbon sink.

Topic: Organisms: Life and Growth
Subjects: Biology, Science
Types: Activity - Classroom, Articles and Websites, Lesson Plans, None, Videos
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
50 mins
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Butterfly Life Cycle Stages

This lesson introduces the effects of climate change on the life cycle of the monarch butterfly in North America.

Topic: Expository Writing
Subjects: English Language Arts, Science
Types: Lesson Plans
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
80 mins
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What Makes a Monarch Habitat?

In this lesson, students learn how climate change affects the habitat of monarch butterflies.

Subject: Science
Types: Articles and Websites, Artwork, Lesson Plans, Videos
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
70 mins
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How Do We Get There From Here? (Let's Move! Green Transportation #1)

This lesson explores modes of transportation and the energy they use.

Subjects: Geography, Science, Social Studies
Types: Charts, Graphs, and Tables, Games, Lesson Plans, None, Videos
Let's Move! Green Transportation Unit
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
60 mins
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Clean Energy Can Take Us Anywhere! (Let's Move! Green Transportation #2)

In this lesson, students explore clean energy resources.

Subjects: Earth and Space Sciences, Science
Types: Ebooks, Games, Lesson Plans, None
Let's Move! Green Transportation Unit
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
45 mins
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Time for School! (Let's Move! Green Transportation #3)

In this lesson, students explore maps and school transportation around the world.

Subjects: Earth and Space Sciences, Science
Types: Articles and Websites, Lesson Plans, Videos
Let's Move! Green Transportation Unit
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
90 mins
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Take a Ride! (Let's Move! Green Transportation #4)

In this lesson, students explore the engineering design process, transportation types, and energy use.

Topic: Design Thinking
Subjects: Engineering, Science
Types: Games, Lesson Plans, None, Videos
Let's Move! Green Transportation Unit
SubjectToClimate
Grades 6-8
180 mins
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Hip-Hop and Climate Change

In this lesson, students explore the intersection of music and climate change and create their own original rap songs.

Topic: Creative Writing
Subjects: English Language Arts, Visual and Performing Arts
Types: Articles and Websites, Lesson Plans, None, Videos
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
30 mins
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Read Aloud Guide: Climate Science Solutions

This guide is designed for use with a climate science nonfiction or nonfiction narrative text that includes a climate change problem and offers solutions.

Topic: Nonfiction
Subjects: English Language Arts, Science
Types: Activity - Classroom
SubjectToClimate
Grades K-2
30 mins
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Weather Journal and Graphing Activity

In this activity, students observe and record the weather, and then graph their findings.

Topic: Interpret Data
Subjects: Mathematics, Science
Types: None, Worksheets
SubjectToClimate
Grades 6-8
150 mins
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Reading Lesson: Sustainable Seafood

Students read and analyze information about where we get our seafood and sustainable seafood practices.

Topic: Nonfiction
Subject: English Language Arts
Types: Articles and Websites, Charts, Graphs, and Tables, Lesson Plans, None, Videos