• Quebec
  • Elementary

Kingsdale Academy

Kingsdale Class 301

  • 12 Challenges Completed
  • 4 Challenges not completed

Buckle Up

Completed

Description

We watched a video on modes of transportation and ways in which we can use smarter moblity. We researched different smart mobilities out there and as a class we created a WordArt in the shape of a vehicule with all the things we found/came up with.

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Community Connections

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Eco Qartier Pierrefonds (the city that our school is in) is an organization that helps the community by introducing and encouraging more eco friendly initiatives. They came to our school to help us create an insect hotel to put by our garden boxes!!

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Do You Really Need It?

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Description

We discussed the difference between a need and a want. Then made of list of things that we do/use that use a lot of energy and seperated them into needs or wants. Students then filled out the "Do You Really Need It?" worksheet. The next day, we talked about how it was giving up that "want".

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Game Time!

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In groups of 3-4 students created games on waste and food waste. They got to be creative and use their imagination. Once they were done they presented their games to the class and had the chance to play eachother's games.

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How Big Are Your Carbon Feet?

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We started by watching this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sglectkM0p4. I then explained what carbon footprint meant and I calculated my own carbon footprint using this website: https://energyiq.canadiangeographic.ca/beyond-the-classroom/survey/. We then completed the "How Big Are Your Carbon Feet" worksheet by writing something that we can do to have a smaller carbon footprint. Once students finished their worksheet they used the same website to calculate their own carbon footprint and wrote it on their worksheet.

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One Hour No Power

Completed

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This challenge was fun! Students came up with a list of things we can do in the classroom that involve no power and we did them! It was fun keeping track of when and why we use power. This is a challenge that we will continue after the Classroom Energy Diet is finished.

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Take-Home

Completed

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We watched videos about waste and how we can reduce our everyday waste. We discussed waste-free lunches as well as how to compost. Students took home the take-home challenge and completed it on their own. Unfortunately, after 6 weeks of being assigned this challenge with many reminders, only one student completed the challenge.

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The Phantom of the Classroom

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We watched a video and talked about where the phantom power in our classroom is. Students then drew a map of the classroom identifying the phantom power and all the plugs/electronics we use that waste energy. We then discussed some of the phantom power in our households and discussed ways in which we can get rid of the phantoms!

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Tips and Tricks

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After leaning about energy awareness since March, each studnet had to come up with one thing they can do to reduce the amount of energy they use. Each student created a visual poster that we are going to hang in the school hallway for everyone to see.

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Video Challenge

Completed

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We watched my class video from last year and videos that were already on the website. My class decided that they wanted to put everyday things that waste energy or is harmful to our earth and give tips on what to do instead. With my help, they wrote the script and seperated their parts. Students that did not have permission to be in the video helped with the filming and editing.

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Water Works

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We started by writing down everything we do that uses water. We then watched a video on youtube and talked about things we can do to reduce the amount of water we waste. We then complete the "Water Works" worksheet and went back to it the next day to see how much water we saved.

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What’s Old is New Again

Completed

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We reused recycled toilet paper rolls to create a Mother's Day gift for the incredible Mom's in our life!

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A Green-Powered Canada

Incomplete

Get Growing

Incomplete

Story Time

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