Featured Resources for Students, Educators, & Families
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Kahoot! Climate Challenge
Test your knowledge of the social, economic, and environmental aspects of climate change in this series of Kahoot! quizzes by Columbia University and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Center for Sustainable Development - Teach SDG 4.7 for a Sustainable Future
Learn how to integrate climate change education across curriculum and education spaces in our free course SDG 4.7 Across Curriculum & Education Spaces on Udemy. The course brings together voices of various experts to share key pedagogies and approaches, lesson planning tips and resources, ideas for connecting classrooms to communities, and suggestions for monitoring and measuring progress.
American Museum of Natural History
AMNH EarthFest - Family-friendly online content honoring our planet.
AMNH Explore - Content on biodiversity, data visualizations, and virtual field trips.
Causes of Climate and Climate Change - Exhibit on how climate works, our warming world, and consequences of climate change.
Museum of the City of New York
Earth Day Storytime - All That Trash: The Story of the 1987 Garbage Barge and Our Problem with Stuff and City Green.
Art Making and Matching Game Activity - Animal puppet recycled craft and recycling skills matching game.
Rising Sea Levels and New York City - Image exploration and game.
Activist Biographies - Profiles of kids working to fight climate change through environmental activism.
Nature Lab - Youth curriculum platform that focuses on topics like sustainability, ecosystems, and renewable energies.
Environmental Protection Agency
Earth Day - Projects and ideas to celebrate Earth Day.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
50 Earth Day Tips - Tips to help you be a steward of the Earth and live sustainably.
New York Hall of Science
Science at Home - Fun at-home games, activities, experiments, and projects.
Teach the Earth
Teaching Geoscience Online - Resources and a platform for educators to teach Earth science.