Mother Earth Day

This lesson looks at the topic of the earth and what it gives us. 

Author
Karen Elliot

In this lesson, children learn about the United Nation's Mother Earth Day, celebrated on 22 April each year. Students brainstorm ideas about the things our planet gives us and make their own drawings with text or posters to share their ideas.

Aims

  • To think about the things Earth gives us
  • To develop children's ability to brainstorm and express and share their ideas
  • To practise simple science and nature vocabulary
  • To give children the opportunity to make their own Earth Day posters
  • To present their ideas to their classmates
  • To use the present simple to describe facts

Age

Primary learners aged 6–8

Level

CEFR level A1

Time

50–60 minutes

Materials

The lesson plan and worksheet can be downloaded in PDF format below. In addition, you will need:

  • coloured card or paper, white paper, pencils, pens or crayons for colouring, scissors (optional: pictures to collage and glue)
Downloads
Lesson plan213.17 KB
Worksheet238.74 KB
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