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Inspire Students This Earth Day With These Engaging Activities

The World’s largest environmental movement, Earth Day, is coming up on 22 April 2019.

From cleaning up our planet, working towards solving the climate change crisis to ending plastic pollution and protecting endangered species, the Earth Day Network is working year round. But once a year, Earth Day is acknowledged to educate and promote the environmental movement around the globe.

When it comes to taking care of our planet, a little can go a long way, and every individual plays an important role. Schools can make a big difference by educating children on how to take care of the environment and why that is important.

To help teachers with their Earth Day lesson plan, our Global Content Department, consisting of teachers, put together the following interactive lessons:

taking care of Earth importance of trees


planet earth the ozone layer

The lessons are easy-to-use and can be edited to fit any lesson plan, curriculum or grade needs.

How do I get the lessons?

Get the lessons for FREE from the MultiTeach® Lessons Community. Click the images above, and then you can download the lesson to your computer. You can also find these lessons on Lessons Online (30-days FREE trial available), by typing their title in the search field.

How can I use the lessons?

If you’ve downloaded the lessons to your computer, you can use them in Snowflake MultiTeach, on your classroom’s large touchscreen display. Open the Lessons app and import the lesson you want to use.

When you have access to the lessons in Lessons Online, you and your students can use them on any device, such as a touchscreen, laptop or tablet with an internet connection. Just press play to begin.

If you want access to other ready-made lessons, browse the MultiTeach Lessons Community, request them in our Facebook group, on Twitter or email us at mail@nuiteq.com.

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Source: https://www.earthday.org/