These games have been designed to engage your students with Earth Hour in a fun and enjoyable way. The activities are Animal Mask Making Guide, Lantern Making Guide, Panda Face Painting Guide, and Make Your Own Wind Turbine.
Lesson guides and printables
Australian Curriculum content description:
This lesson can be used with all the learning areas of the Australian Curriculum. Cool Australia’s curriculum team continually reviews and refines our resources to be in line with changes to the Australian Curriculum.
Time required: Teachers’ direction.
Level of teacher scaffolding: Medium – assist students in activities.
- Animal masks – scissors, glue or sticky tape, markers, coloured pencils, crayons, glitter pens etc.
- Lanterns – Heavy paper or card (white or coloured), printed template (page 4), scissors, glue or sticky tape, markers, coloured pencils, crayons, glitter pens etc.
- Face painting – Face paint, sponge, water, mirror, a bucket of water, comfy chair.
- Wind turbine – Scissors, a piece of recycled card/strong paper, a piece of coloured card, a stick or strong drinking straw, a drawing pin or thumbtack, glue or glue stick, a hammer (optional).
This lesson has been created in partnership with WWF-Australia. Earth Hour is the world’s largest community-driven climate change campaign. At the centre of Earth Hour is switching off lights to show a commitment to taking action.
Thousands of teachers use Earth Hour’s education program to enrich their curriculum and provide pathways for young people to create change in their world.
For the most up to date Earth Hour dates, times, and events, check here.