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We are going to raise money for endangered animals.
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Students covered pine cones with peanut butter and birdseed. They then hung the bird feeders with biodegradable string.
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Students painted rocks to be pet rocks and wrote "back stories" about where the pet was from, what its name is, and what its live was.
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I will be getting people to pledge to go vegan on Monday for Earth Month and will be using online calculators to estimate how much we saved by all going vegan.
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I will be presenting an educational waste module powerpoint during our chapter meeting.
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One person's trash is another person's inspiration for creation! Examples of art creations may include: 2-dimensional wall hanging, wearable jewellery, 3D sculptures of animals, artwork out of pop cans, reusable bag/wallet, etcetera.
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Students participated in an initiative to clean up our local environment. Students walked to the park to take part in this activity and clean up the park. Plastic gloves and garbage bags were provided by Tim Hortons.
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The goal of the project is to raise awareness of water issues in our country and guide youth (our hope for the future) to find sustainable long-term solutions. This project will have a positive impact by empowering youth in leadership positions to incorporate traditional knowledge with modern science to bring a new and holistic perspective on the need to protect our natural environment and the interconnectedness between peoples, animals and the environment. This project ties into the theme of Indigenous Perspectives by incorporating Indigenous knowledge on water from elders and youth living in remote Northern Ontario communities, with the voices of non-Indigenous youth living in major cities and urban centers.
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The goal of the project is to raise awareness of water issues in our country and guide youth, our hope for the future, to find long-term sustainable solutions. This project will have a positive impact by empowering youth in leadership positions to incorporate traditional knowledge with modern science to bring a new and holistic perspective on the need to protect our natural environment and the interconnectedness between peoples, animals and the environment. This project ties into the theme of Indigenous Perspectives by incorporating Indigenous knowledge on water from elders and youth living in remote Northern Ontario communities, with the voices of non-Indigenous youth living in major cities. The project will begin with researching local water issues with a visit to the local Credit River. Students will Skype with other classes from across the country comparing tap water results and prior to participating in a 'Water Walk' with the Junior Water Walkers, students will meet virtually with a Water Elder to learn Indigneous 'Ways of Knowing.'
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The second grade students will study the lives and messages of three important environmental conservationists and activists: Jane Goodall, Greta Thunberg, and Daphne Sheldrick. They will then write a variety of opinion peices to share their understanding of the important work these woman have done and continue to do. The second grade students will also learn about Earth Day and what it means to 'live green'. They will then write, illustrate, and share persuasive essays to inspire others to show compassion for our wonderful natural world.

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