There are many ways, big and small, to give back. On January 15, 2024, we can volunteer as a way not only to honor the legacy of Dr. King but also to come together to improve our communities. We’ve compiled a list of service projects you can do with the youth in your life on MLK Day and throughout the year.
Spring has sprung, which means now is the perfect time to start a classroom garden! Learn how to get your garden growing with minimal resources while engaging students with hands-on learning.
Get learners excited about sustainability with Earth Science Week activities you can try with your classroom, complete with recommended grade levels and relevant science standards!
Thirty-two percent of the plastics produced each year flow into our oceans. Here are a few ways you can encourage your students to reflect on how much plastic they use and how they can reduce their plastic consumption to protect the environment.
How healthy is your home? There are many simple things that you can do to improve the health of your home.
It’s easy to waste water and even easier to take clean water for granted. Identify ways you can conserve water in your home.
Use this chart to analyze how you currently dispose of items and ways you can reduce waste, reuse items, recycle, and compost.
Lower your energy bills and help the environment at the same time! There are many simple ways you can save energy (and money!) at home.
Use these questions to make your yard, patio, and windows more appealing to your family and to wildlife.
From Landfill Larry to an “idle-free” pick-up zone, students at Dimensions of Learning Academy found innovative ways to make a difference.