Earth Day Lessons!
Tuesday is Earth Day!
Coincidentally, the team here at BetterLesson has begun recruiting for the Science Master Teacher Project. (Science Teachers can apply here!) So our team is celebrating in a unique way!
You already know that our Master Teachers have helped educators across the country align their Math and ELA lessons to the Common Core state standards. Now, the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are here and we are looking for Science Master Teachers who can lead by example and help take science teaching in the US to the next level.
Even though CC.BetterLesson doesn’t currently feature Science Master Teachers, many of our Math and ELA lessons cross into science and are excellent resources for Earth Day learning.
See for yourself!
- Theorize what it might be like if Earth were far less popular using Andrea Palmer’s Grade 6 Math lesson “What If the World Were 100 People?”.
- Explore our world’s oceans with:
- Delve into our planet’s changing and evolving climate with:
- Examine the impact of global warming:
- “Graphic January’s Weather” – Grade 1 Math
- Discover how much your students know about the animal kingdom using functions:
- “Function Zoo – Basic Function Families” – Grade 12 Math
Visit CC.BetterLesson to find dozens more inspiring and fun lessons to help your classroom celebrate our planet on Earth Day! AND tell all of your Science Teacher colleagues about the Science Master Teacher project. It’s an amazing opportunity!