Climate Kids Corner (grades K-5) – Brought to you by the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, the Climate Kids Corner consists of climate activities designed for younger learners.
Greenhouse Effect (grades 9-12) – Explore the natural greenhouse effect from an environmental chemistry perspective. YouTube video from FuseSchool
NASA Climate Kids (grades 3-8) – NASA Climate Kids is a great introduction to the basics of climate change. Videos, games, activities, and readings explore the distinction between weather and climate, greenhouse gases, how humans contribute to the greenhouse effect, and more.
Our Climate Our Future (grades 3-8) – A project of the Alliance for Climate Education, Our Climate Our Future is a series of videos that educates young people about the science, impacts, and challenges of climate change and empowers them to take action and be a part of the solution. These videos can also be accessed on YouTube.
SubjectToClimate (all grades) – Self-described as “Yelp” for educators, SubjectToClimate has curated climate change lesson plans, activities, labs, videos, and more, for all grade levels and content areas.
Yale Program on Climate Change Communication: For Educators (grades 6-12) – Here, you will find activities for students that incorporate YPCCC tools like their Climate Opinion Maps and 90 second daily radio stories.