The Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

7/8-1 Brant Hills

Brant Hills





Congratulations Lenore on designing our winning logo! Lenore chose green and yellow because those colours, as well as the imagery of the lightbulb, represent energy. The vines and leaves are to represent the environment, and the red banner represents passion, because this challenge is to encourage people to be passionate about caring for the environment.

Incomplete Challenges [ 15 ]

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A Green Powered CanadaBuckle UpCommunity ConnectionsDo you really need it?Get GrowingOne Hour, No PowerPost-ItRecycle, Reduce and Re-giftStory TimeThe Phantom of the ClassroomTips, Tricks and AnnouncementsWater WorksWhat’s For Lunch?Video ChallengeTake Home

Completed Challenges [ 1 ]

How Big Are Your Carbon Feet?

Classroom Updates

The Do you really need it? Challenge was just completed by Miss.Koraian's Class - Grade of Highview Public School.

The How Big Are Your Carbon Feet? Challenge was just completed by 5Horner - Grade of Foundations for the Future Charter Academy.

The What’s For Lunch? Challenge was just completed by Mrs. Spencer grade 4 - Grade of Elm Creek School.

The Take Home Challenge was just completed by Grade 4/5 Extraordinaire! - Grade of bruce T. Lindley Public School.

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