A whale-sized thank you to the 300 teachers from every corner of the province (from Victoria to Prince George to Cranbrook) who celebrated Earth Day and the actions we can take here in B.C. to protect our environment.
By connecting the Earth Day theme (protect our species) with the B.C. curriculum, our resources had your students testing their knowledge with whale trivia questions, buzzing around like bees to learn about pollination, and getting creative with arts and crafts.
We’re always excited to see your creations and hear your feedback. We’ve shared some of your Earth Day masterpieces below and while we count down to next April 22, check out other special events we have in the works.
Teachers are talking about Power Smart for Schools
On Earth Day:
"My class loved learning about the importance of bees. They are working on posters and enjoyed making the egg carton bees."
On Earth Day:
"My students loved this activity! I will definitely be looking to BC Hydro for future lessons in the classroom."
Earth Day takes place every April 22 and it's a time to encourage communities and schools to take action in protecting the environment. On this day, people around the globe participate in events to show support for a greener planet.
Not sure if Earth Day is still relevant? Here's 5 reasons why it still matters.