Online & At-Home
Free Online Workshops for your 2020/2021
Through online video, your students will have the opportunity to learn about the climate crisis with a solution based approach to the problem.
The workshop will require student engagement by requiring students to speak about their experience, think critically, and use their imaginations to help better our planet.
We provide a 4 week calendar with a variety of weekly goals for students to implement into their lives after the workshop.
This keeps students motivated and ready to take the necessary steps to reduce their carbon footprint, on their own terms.
Teachers will be responsible for collecting student participation.
You and your students will learn how to become advocates for a healthy planet.
Earthy Sisters encourages small simple steps for a sustainable eco-friendly journey, with a focus on becoming "eco-warriors" to stop climate change.
Earthy Sisters provides an interactive, fun, and educational experience for students of ALL ages.
Students will leave our online workshop* with a more eco-conscious mindset, inspired to apply what they’ve learned into their daily lives.
Earthy Sisters teach youth and youth educators simple changes that can make a big difference to the health of our planet. Students will leave with a critical outlook on wasteful consumerism, the impacts of climate change on our planet, animal, and human life and strategies to battle climate change.
*Our workshops tie to the Ontario curriculum of Environmental Education in Science and Technology, Environmental Education and The Arts, and Shaping Our Schools, Shaping Our Future: Environmental Education in Ontario Schools.
How it Works:
Elementary and secondary school online workshops run between 30- 60 minutes.
Maximum of 1 classroom per webinar.
Book your webinar for FREE during the 2020/2021 school year.
Students receive a PDF style eco-challenges calendar with weekly goals to reinforce their newly learned eco-solutions at home.
Your classroom is ready to lead sustainable and conscious lives.