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Try these free United Nations (UN) e-courses on climate change written by experts for teachers. They provide you with information on a range of related topics so that you will feel confident to deal with them in class.  The topics are: Climate change international legal regime, Children and climate change, Cities and climate change, Human health and climate change, an Open online course on Gender and Environment. These short courses can be done at your own pace and after completing them you can receive a UN CC:Learn Accredited Teacher badge to put on your email.  Why not be the first climate change expert in your school! (Image taken from the unccelearn.org website)

All about world population!

These activities from worldof7billion.org provide plenty of help for your learners to find out more about World Population Day (11 July 2019). The activities focus on population dynamics, environmental connections and societal connections. (Image taken from the worldof7billion.org website)

Celebrate clean air day!

Use these activities to celebrate Clean Air Day (19 June 2019) with your learners and help them learn more about the environment (World Environment Day is on 5 June 2019).  There are lesson plans for 5-7 year olds (Key Stage 1), 7-11 year olds (Key Stage 2) and 11-14 year olds (Key Stage 3).(Image taken from the teachengineering.org web page)

Learning outside the classroom!

Let’s celebrate spring with some learning outside the classroom and some of these activities from wildtimelearning.com.  In the film by the Wild Network, ‘Project Wild Thing’, they explain the importance of children spending time outdoors.  These very basic activities can complement your curriculum classes and focus on content in a more engaging way. (Image taken from the wildtimelearning.com web page)
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