Earth Day (April 22) and Earth Month are an opportunity to engage students in exploring issues related to the environment, the climate, and youth activism.
See our Earth Day lesson collection for ideas!
You might also consider marking Earth Month by recognizing the indigenous people who once lived on the land you now occupy. See our lesson on creating a class land acknowledgement statement. Students might also explore ways that indigenous peoples around the world, now and in the past, have related to the earth.