New Sustainable Living Games added to Nationwide Education
Following Climate Week and just in time for Earth Day, dbda has designed and developed new additions to the Nationwide Education Sustainable Living programmes for pupils and students aged 4-16 years.
A new set of games, as well as new fact and work sheets, have been added for each Key Stage group.
There are three new games for ages 4 to 7 to complement the story book, ‘Wasteway’. These are fun and interactive games allowing the player to find and match the words and pictures that are found in the story book.
‘Sort n’ Recycle’, a new game introduced for ages 7 to 11, is an engaging way to teach children the importance of recycling, by having players sort rubbish into various recycling bins.
Finally a new game called ‘Word Bar’, aimed at 12 to 14 and 14 to 16 year olds has been added to the Sustainable Communities interactive quiz for secondary students. Focusing on the themes of Travel, Buildings, Environment Issues, Energy & Recycling and Communities, this programme challenges students to make their community a place they want to live and work in now and in the future.
Visit the Sustainable Living programmes today to test your knowledge! Click here to go to the programme for 4 to 7 year olds, and use the left hand menu to navigate to other age groups as you wish.