During these unprecedented times we have created and are ready to share a new set of "Get Outside Month" Lessons. The theme this year is, "Climate Change" inspired by all the great activism happening around the world to recognize and understand the human impacts on Climate Change, contributing factors and ideas about what we can do as individuals to slow the effects. We hope that through these 20 lessons, you find something that you can use and support getting our K-12 students outside, connecting to the world around them so that they can find their own connection and care and act as responsible global citizens.
These lessons are designed for a full class and understand that our current situation may impact your ability to participate at this time. We hope that you find value in the resource and inspire you to work with your students learning IN, OF and ABOUT our environment in safe ways.
As always, we welcome your feedback and if there are any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to tag us on Twitter with the photos of you engaging in the activities @TOES_TDSB #GetOutside.