A suite of fun activities for students to do at home while learning about sustainability.

Making Beeswax Wraps

Beeswax wraps are a reusable and sustainable alternative to plastic wrap and single-use plastic. Learn how to make your own – a fun and easy activity to do at home!

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Edible Gardening during Autumn/Winter

Learn about which plants to grow in your edible garden during Autumn/Winter. Be inspired to grow your own greens, and find about clever ways to keep the snails and slugs away.

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Nature Scavenger Hunt

There are so many things to look out for in nature when we spend quality time looking for them. From searching for five different leaves, to finding something that is smaller than your thumb, here’s a fun nature activity to get children outside!

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Baking Sourdough with your Child

Who doesn’t love sourdough bread? Learn the steps to making a beautiful fresh loaf at home with a little helper – you’ll be waking up to the smell of baked bread every morning in no time!

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Learning about Water at Home

Watch our short video to learn about water, the most abundant substance on the earth’s surface, and how important it is to all living things. Use our ‘Home Water Audit sheet’ to find out where you can save water at home.
Suitable for primary and secondary

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Download our At Home Water Audit sheet

5 Sustainability Activities for Secondary School Students

This list of activities has been designed to be open ended with flexible entry and exit points and include a mix of hands on and digital learning making them suitable across a range of year levels and accessible to those without technology. These activities relate to a variety of key learning areas within the Victorian Curriculum such as English, Mathematics, Science and The Arts in addition to the cross curriculum priority of Sustainability. Students are able to complete most activities self sufficiently or with support from a family member or teacher.
Suitable for secondary

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Learning about Waste at Home

Watch our short video to learn about waste at home, the 5Rs, and how to sort your rubbish into the correct bins. Use our ‘Home Bin Audit sheet’ to find out what types of common items are in your bin, and alternatives to these items to reduce waste.
Suitable for primary and secondary

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Learning about Biodiversity at Home

Watch our short video to learn about biodiversity at home. There are so many things to learn from what we find in our own backyards and parklands nearby. Use our ‘Biodiversity Audit at Home sheet’ to guide you on what to look out for, and calculate your Biodiversity score.
Suitable for primary and secondary

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Fun Kids Movies with Sustainability Themes

This movie response matrix encourages student agency through selecting their own tasks to complete. These tasks cover a range of Victorian Curriculum areas including English, Mathematics, Design Technology, The Arts and Digital Technology. Activities are quite open ended and accessible by a range of learning levels, student abilities and technological access.
Suitable for primary and secondary

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10 Sustainability Activity Ideas – you can do at home

This list of activities has been designed to be open ended with flexible entry and exit points and include a mix of hands on and digital learning making them suitable across a range of year levels and accessible to those without technology. These activities relate to a variety of key learning areas within the Victorian Curriculum such as English, Mathematics, Science and The Arts in addition to the cross curriculum priority of Sustainability. Students are able to complete most activities self sufficiently or with support from a family member or teacher.
Suitable for early years, primary and secondary

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Stay tuned. Lots more resources to come!