Inspiring Canada's next generation of energy experts.
Welcome to the 10th anniversary edition of the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge, the only energy literacy competition in Canada where students in grades K-12 compete for more than 100 prizes worth a total $45,000! Students in homes and classrooms across Canada can improve their energy awareness and energy literacy by completing energy-related challenges and competing for prizes. And, it’s free to participate!
Registration closes January 25, 2021 at 11:59:59 EST. Challenge period: February 1 – April 23, 2021
The latest energy-saving tips, student work and program announcements
Video Challenge: Tips, tricks and reminders!
The Video Challenge is a fun and engaging way for students to get creative with technology while creating a public service announcement about ways to save energy. This can be an exciting challenge for your students, so we have come up with some tips, tricks and reminders to help your class get started. Tips and…
The Classroom Energy Diet Challenge is a 12-week national competition. Throughout these 12 weeks, there are specific holidays, UN days or special key dates that may be of interest to classrooms. We’ve listed some of these special dates below and connected them to different CEDC challenges to help you plan and participate.
This challenge will get your family thinking about and tracking how many items they throw away every day – whether that item goes into the garbage, recycling bin, or compost. Then, we challenge your family to come up with ways to reduce that number and see if you can lower it!
The Classroom Energy Diet Challenge (CEDC) is officially underway! This year, to celebrate 10 years of the program, we decided to make a few changes. Check out all of the new and exciting changes below.
What a year for the 2020 Classroom Energy Diet Challenge!
A teacher’s strike. A pandemic. Extended school closures. Teaching and learning from a distance. Despite more than a few obstacles, the 2020 Classroom Energy Diet Challenge (CEDC) has ended on a high note! Teachers and students persevered through these difficulties and worked incredibly hard to learn about energy, both in the classroom and at home. …