In this Lively Lesson, students explore simple changes they can make in their daily lives to help sustain the world in which we live.
It covers 71% of the Earth’s surface. Forty percent of the world’s population lives in a coastal region. The world’s oceans: strong, yet fragile – a resource that we must protect. With this Lively Lesson, dive into Discovery Education’s digital resources to help bring the underwater world to life for your students.
Grab your scuba gear and join us for a deep dive with experts from Ocean First Education to investigate these topics and more. We’ll be looking at biodiversity in coral reefs and exploring our ever-changing marine
In this Lively Lesson, students explore the importance of reducing the materials, energy, and resources we use, reusing what we can, and recycling materials to protect the Earth from pollution.
Discovery Education’s Content Team presents to this special Earth Day edition of the Discovery Education Content Showcase. Earth Day is on Friday, April 22nd and Discovery Education is proud to be your go-to resource for the freshest Earth Day content. Below are four new resources to fuel the discussion about this global environmental observance. Racing Extinction by
This Lively Lesson shares Discovery Education resources along with strategies to explore human effects on the ocean and coastal habitats.
Last week we shared a special board for your students to use as they explored concepts related to Earth Day. In that board, we challenged students to create boards to showcase what they’ve learned about taking care of our planet. Here are a few of our favorites. Discovery Educator Patti Grammen’s student responded to
More solar energy hits the earth in one day than can be used in 27 years, which means we use less than one percent of the sun’s power. Solar panels are being used more often in American homes and businesses. Solar energy is clean power that does not pollute the environment. LESSON SEQUENCE: Have students
We’re only three days away from Earth Day and my wife (Martha, teaches sixth grade in Harrisburg, pretty awesome teacher) asked me for some ideas. So, in the spirit of Earth Day I decided that recycling and re-using others’ ideas was the best strategy. But, I also wanted to compost, I mean compose, a couple
Each year, Americans throw away millions of tons of paper, glass bottles, plastic containers, aluminum cans, yard clippings, and other types of solid wastes. Increasingly we are realizing that we are running out of places to put this waste as our landfills fill up. In this week’s Lively Lesson students will examine their own life