Earth Month 2021

Earth Month: Human Impact on the Environment
Find classroom resources that explain the real-world effects of our actions on the environment. The collection supports teachers who wish to integrate environmental education into existing Life and Earth Science curricula.Explore the Collection
All About Sustainability: Teacher Guide
Help teach your students about sustainability and repurposing by using this set of Teacher Guides from the PBS KIDS show Ready Jet Go!Download Your Guide
Teaching Environmental Activism Using PBS LearningMedia’s Celebrate Earth Day Resources
Earth Day is a worldwide event celebrated annually on April 22 and established nearly fifty years ago in response to a series of environmental disasters. Find dozens of classroom resources, lesson plans and more for grades K-12 on PBS LearningMedia.Learn More
Check Out More Classroom Resources
 5 Ways to Get Your Class to Explore the Outdoors 
 Resources For Ramadan In The Classroom 
 Interactive: Mountain Maker, Earth Shaker

 Faces of America With Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

 Digital Lesson: Working Together To Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle 
Learn At Home Lesson Planning for Early Ed
Next week’s learn at home theme is all about community helpers. Find more classroom resources in English and Spanish with these printable activity sheets designed for PreK-2 students.
For media resources, access your copy of the free teacher planning kits for March through May by clicking here.
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Earth Month 2021 – RethinkWaste
CSU focuses on sustainability for Earth Month

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I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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