This April, eduBuncee is excited to host Buncee Buddies: Earth Day 2016, connecting classrooms (i.e. Buncee Buddies) from around the world to explore how they celebrate Earth Day! Teachers worldwide can sign their classes up for the project. Then they can have their students create buncees. This could include topics like the importance of environmental protection or methods of execution. It could also focus on what the local environment is like in their corner of the world. Our goal is to connect classrooms from around the world to exchange creative ideas and build cultural understanding.
Earth Day Activities
All new users that participate in this exciting cultural exchange project will be awarded a FREE 3-month subscription to eduBuncee Plus to support their Earth Day endeavors. Pre-existing users can contact email@example.com for a 10% discount on next year’s subscription.
Earth Day activities can connect to a wide range of learning goals. You might have students explore a science topic or something they’ve learned about in the science classroom. If cross-curricular connections don’t jump out right away, take a look at your unit goals for an earlier unit from the school year.
Visit the buncee blog for project steps, access to the registration form, and some creativity-sparking inspiration!
Here’s another buncee resource to explore!
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