• Ontario
  • Elementary

Meadowlane P.S.

Meadowlane Magic

  • 10 Challenges Completed
  • 6 Challenges not completed

Buckle Up

Completed

Description

Students learned about the history of the design of cars, why the designs have become more curved (save gas) and what electric cars could look like in the future. They then designed a car for the future.

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Do You Really Need It?

Completed

Description

Students created a presentation about the differences between needs and wants, created a Blooket to test the classes' knowledge. Students then completed written reflections / journals about needs and wants.

Game Time!

Completed

Description

Students researched various aspects of climate change (food waste, recycling in our region etc.), created a presentation to teach their classmates about it and then made a Blooket game to test their knowledge.

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Get Growing

Completed

Description

As a demonstration for what they would be doing in groups, I created a slideshow, a game (trivia about information from the slideshow) and an activity about photosynthesis.

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One Hour No Power

Completed

Description

Students created and shared presentations about the inspiration, history and benefits of Earth Hour and Earth Day. Then as a class we participated in activities that required no electricity as well as turning off and unplugging.

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Story Time

Completed

Description

Students learned about the advantages of walking, biking or taking public transportation, both for the environment and for the "interesting" events one can witness. Then they were tasked with drawing a comic (on paper or Pixton) that showed why walking, biking or taking public transportation can be fun and better for the environment.

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The Phantom of the Classroom

Completed

Description

Students researched Phantom Power, created a presentation to teach the class and then created a video game on Scratch for the class to play where they had to find the "Phantom Power" in a simulation of our classroom.

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Tips and Tricks

Completed

Description

Students researched, made a presentation and then created a class game to test their classmates knowledge and retention of what they had learned.

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Water Works

Completed

Description

Several students created a Google Slide presentation and a Blooket game to teach the class about why and how they should save water.

What’s Old is New Again

Completed

Description

As a class we discussed the benfits of re-using and recycling materials. Then the students were challenged with creating a toy, animal, ornament or tool using the garbage from their lunch or objects from our recycling.

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A Green-Powered Canada

Incomplete

Community Connections

Incomplete

How Big Are Your Carbon Feet?

Incomplete

Take-Home

Incomplete

Video Challenge

Incomplete

What’s For Lunch?

Incomplete

Energy savings by the numbers

water_works 138,460 Litres of water conserved
hour_no_power 2,653 Hours of no power
take_home 107,182 Items Kept from Landfill