During the first week, the students have been understanding the difference between weather and climate; they drew the Earth; we created a word cloud about the causes of climate change (Word Art); students played a quiz in Kahoot and successfully finished the game about climate change; they researched about climate change and causes of climate change in our county.
During the second week of the project, we worked on the topic Effects of Climate Change. We used Word Art to write the effects. Students prepared presentations and posters in Canva and PowerPoint. They wrote and drew about climate change. We used Linoit to write the effects and discussed them.
During the third week, we have a virtual meeting with students from Mumbai, India. In the beginning, we have introduced ourselves. Then students presented what they have learned so far within the project. At the end of the virtual meeting, there were two collaborative activities in Padlet - one activity for solutions for climate change and another for creating visual representations.
We all actively participate in finding solutions to reduce the effects of climate change. All students took action to reduce the climate crisis. They rode the bicycle, collected the waste, took care of plants, and wrote eco-messages.
Our activities during the fifth week of the project included: completing a survey submitted by project participants from grade 6 in our school, following the Lego Build The Change webinar, LEGO creations, and making recycling bins from plastic bottles, caps, unusable paper, etc.
During the final sixth week, we have been learned, shared, and acted. We transplanted the flowers in our classroom. Also, we have been writing letters for the mayor of Ohrid Municipality and to Public Enterprise Ohridski Komunalec. We attended Global Student Climate Action Day. Our school has been awarded the prize School of Excellence.