The Conservation Crew

Word Up!

Purpose of Activity: Review and Remember

Description: A vocabulary Language Arts activity where you fill in the blank using letters to spell vocabulary words from this program.

Two levels of difficulty
Time: 5 to 10 minutes for each level
Grade Range: 5-8
Plays best on whiteboard, computer, tablet or smart phone


Quizzer

Purpose of Activity: Review, Identify Details and Apply Skills

Description: A classic multiple choice and true/ false quiz game based around the content in this program. You can play and review individually or learn together as a class.

Two levels of difficulty
Time: 15 to 20 minutes
Grade Range: 5-8
Plays best on whiteboard, computer, tablet or smart phone


Friendly Feud

Purpose of Activity: Review, Identify Details and Apply Skills

Description: Classroom trivia game based around the content in the program that can be played one-on-one or team versus team. High score wins!

Two levels of difficulty
Time: 15 to 20 minutes
Grade Range: 5-8
Plays best on whiteboard, computer or tablet


Student Playbook

Fun classroom and family activities that emphasize the Four Cs of 21st Century Education Skills – Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Critical Thinking. Students can review, identify details, remember, apply skills and share their knowledge with family and friends.

Co-curricular subjects included: Math, Reading, Science, Language Arts, Spelling and Arts

Class time: 60-90 minutes

Printable or download PDF


GRAPHIC NOVEL

Description: Flip through this colorful graphic novel for a new and engaging story. With fun artwork, entertaining characters and expanded information, the Electrana graphic novel offers a page-turning experience.


RENEWABLE IS DO-ABLE!

Description: A digital breakout game based around the content in this program.

Game Story: You are working late in your laboratory with a team of scientists brainstorming how to help the world move towards renewable resources to provide energy and power. You are in the middle of a discussion about how we must slowly eliminate the use of non-renewable sources to successfully move towards renewable resources. All of a sudden, you notice a letter slipped under the door. “Hello again, my friends. I do agree that our planet needs to move towards renewable energy sources rather than rely on so many non-renewable natural resources. I have a plan! I have compiled the world’s supply of coal and I’m going to destroy it all in 40 minutes. Then we will have to find different sources. Stop me if you dare! -Dr. Strange I. Deas.”