This bingo game details several ways that individuals can lessen their emissions and impact on the environment.
A teacher's guide, printable bingo boards, and links to helpful sources are included in the resource.
This game is fun and will get students thinking and talking about individual actions that can positively impact the environment.
The bingo cards are available in color and black and white.
Students should have some background knowledge on climate change and carbon footprints.
Teachers may need to explain and give examples of some of the activities on the bingo squares.
This resource would be a great activity in any class that is discussing climate change, carbon footprints, and the power of individual choices and actions.
For younger students, this resource would work well as a checklist of potential actions after the initial bingo game ends. Students could set individual climate action goals for themselves and discuss their goals with their families.
For older students, this resource could make a great conversation starter. Students who mark a space on the bingo card when it is called can speak to a partner, group, or the whole class about what that action looks like in their life and how it fits into their lifestyle.