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    changemaker.

    Be that school that inspires
    and models purpose.

    120+ activities to engage every classroom!

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    1. Lower Primary – Should we eat bugs?

    2. Upper Primary – The Wonders of Water

    3. High School – A super shopping farm

    About the program

    In 2020 we connected in unison to create content for students locked down during COVID. Our aim was to provide inspiring educational resources that connect to nature and invite students to think, create, act, and share – in essence, student lead purpose.

    We collaborated on the UN Earth School initiative with:
    BBC Ideas, Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Conservation International, CEE, Earth Day Network, Earth Challenge 2020, Environment Online (ENO), GeSI, International Olympic Committee, IUCN, Institute for Planetary Security, Junior Achievement, Learning in Nature, Littlescribe, Minecraft, National Geographic Society, Ocean Wise, Only One, Royal Geographic Society, SciStarter, Sitra, TAT, TED-Ed, The Nature Conservancy, UN Convention on Biodiversity, UN SDSN / TRENDS, UN Technology Innovation Lab, UNCCD, UNDP, UNEP, UNESCO, UNFCCC, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, University of Pennsylvania, Vult Labs, World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM), Wild Immersion and WWF.

    A world of resources ready to inspire us to
    think, create, act and share
    books like the plastic ocean.

    Go further and use the
    free book creation, sharing and printing tools!

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    Be that teacher that creates a collaborative book like this by students aged 7 to 10 in response to studying microplastics.

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