Virtual Earth Month Sustainability Series
April 16 @ 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Designed specifically for middle school and high school students grades 6-12
Join the Brandywine Zoo for our first ever Earth Month Sustainability Series! This series highlights different environmental problems threatening our planet and each 4-6 minute episode features a different Brandywine Zoo animal! Episodes air on social media every Monday and Friday in April for FREE! Teachers are encouraged to purchase the research activities to accompany the series. These activities challenge students to think critically about environmental problems and how to improve sustainable development. Classes who purchase the research activities are also invited to participate in the Brandywine Zoo Sustainability Challenge! Each participating class will design their own sustainability plan for the Brandywine Zoo and submit it to the Brandywine Zoo. The classroom with the best plan will win a FREE virtual animal encounter (a $100 value)!
Fee: Episodes air for FREE on the Brandywine Zoo Facebook page, research activities and opportunity to participate in the Sustainability Challenge may be purchased for just $10!
Episode 1: Sustainability at the Zoo – Friday, April 2 at 9am
Episode 2: Invasive Species – Monday, April 5 at 9am
Episode 3: Habitat Destruction – Friday, April 9 at 9am
Episode 4: Waste Reduction – Monday, April 12 at 9am
Episode 5: Degradation of the Oceans – Friday, April 16 at 9am
Episode 6: Sustainable Food Systems – Monday, April 19 at 9am
Episode 7: Human-Wildlife Conflict – Friday, April 23 at 9am
Episode 8: Loss of Biodiversity – Monday, April 26 at 9am
Episode 9: Climate Change – Friday April 30 at 9am