The Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

Grade 6 Baldwin

East Lake School





I choose to draw this because it represents a better reflection of our world than it is now. The camera represents everyone looks at things through their own eyes. A better world would look more green, have more animals and no pollution, and the sky would be clearer.

Incomplete Challenges [ 21 ]

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A Green Powered CanadaBuckle UpCommunity ConnectionsDo you really need it?From You to UsGreen InnovationsSchool Energy ProjectHow Big Are Your Carbon Feet?Letter to the EditorMaking the Energy GradeMedia ManiaRecycle, Reduce and Re-giftSign Up or Sign OutVideo ChallengeStory TimeThe Phantom of the ClassroomThe Windy CityTrack Your TrashTransportation TricksWater WorksWhat’s For Lunch?

Completed Challenges [ 4 ]

Get GrowingOne Hour, No PowerPost-ItTips, Tricks and Announcements

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Classroom Updates

The Water Works Challenge was just completed by EL SOL - Grade of SAINT JOHN PAUL II.

The One Hour, No Power Challenge was just completed by EL SOL - Grade of SAINT JOHN PAUL II.

The Post-It Challenge was just completed by Tigers - Grade of O. S. Geiger School.

The What’s For Lunch? Challenge was just completed by HNPN - Grade of Holy Name of Jesus Catholic School.

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