I hope you are all doing well.
This week’s challenge is to do with Climate Change.
Watch the video and then I’d like you to create a picture or image about what Climate Change means to you. What do you think of when you hear those words?
Click here to watch the video!
Ask an adult to help you take a photo of your creation and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to seeing what you come up with!
This week we are going to have a look at Sustainable Development Goal number 2: Zero Hunger.
Did you know that some people have so much food that they have to throw some of it away? Others don’t have enough or only have the one type of food! Eating only one kind of food can cause our bodies to become really weak.
Watch the challenge video with Mrs Batista here!
Your challenge this week is to create a poster of showing what your favourite meal is and then find out what people eat in developing countries. Do you think they get enough variety of food?
Please send your entries to email@example.com by Wednesday 24th February.
Welcome to our second Sustainability Challenge!
Thank you for all of your entries for last weeks challenge! I was very impressed with them all!
This week as you may know is Children’s Mental Health Week, so we are going to think about Sustainable Development Goal number 3 which is Good Health & Wellbeing. The aim is to make sure that everybody in the whole world had access to doctors, nurses, healthcare and the right medicine. It also means that everybody has access to support with their mental health.
Your challenge this week is to have a think about something you do or a place you go that makes you feel better if you’re feeling a sad or worried. Watch the video to hear some suggestions.
Watch the video about Goal 3 here
I know how creative you all are, so it’s up to you how you complete this challenge? You could ask somebody to film you doing something that makes you feel better, you could draw a picture of you doing something, or if it’s something that you can’t do at the moment you could try to recreate it in your house using different props! Make sure to check with an adult before you borrow anything or go anywhere!
Once you have completed your challenge, ask an adult to help you email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 17th of February.
I’m looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
Have a great weekend,
Click here to watch Mrs Batista explain a little bit about the Sustainable Development Goals
Mrs Batista would like you to listen to the story Duffy’s Lucky Escape by Elie Jackson and Liz Oldmeadow. Once you have listened to it, she would like you to design a poster encouraging people to use less single use plastic, and to recycle their plastic so that it doesn’t end up in the ocean. Please make sure your name and class are on it.
Please ask an adult to help you take a photo of your poster, and send it to email@example.com.
All entries should be sent by Wednesday the 3rd of February. All entries will receive a certificate and the winning entry from each class will receive a prize on their return to school.
If you would like to find out more about the Sustainable Development Goals have a look at these websites.
Duffy’s Lucky Escape