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Games/Activities to know about Air Pollution

by silentsairam | June 16, 2019 18:14 | 240 views | 6 comments | #19716 | 240 views | 6 comments | #19716 16 Jun 18:14

We all knew that Air Pollution is important to be solved before it becomes a serious issue. It is hard for anyone to understand how "Air" affects us as it's not seen as other kinds of Pollution. Also, very difficult for a Young student to know: Why, How, where, What of Air Pollution.

I am trying to work in from of Handbook or Workbook that forms part of their Environmental Science subject or any platform where Civic Issue is being addressed with ease in the form of Games/Activites.

Sharing a few pictures of the work here and so share your ideas.

connect the dots Air Word finder Maze the Way Match/Map the follwoing solutions vs sources

Up next:

  1. Key terms associated with Air Pollution,
  2. Games in the form of Mapping the Waste.
  3. Understanding Indoor /Outdoor Pollutants with help of House /School /Outdoor places scenario.
  4. Importance of Technology & collect data around an air quality sensor.
  5. Air Quality Audit sheet are few I am working on.

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@mimiss :This might be helpful for you.

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I love these and can't wait to see what's next.

The EPA also has some air-quality materials that you could use for reference here: https://cfpub.epa.gov/airnow/index.cfm?action=aqikids.index

Another super fun (if dated) thing from the EPA is their "Dumptown" game where young people act as the mayor of a city and work to reduce waste. Here's a link: https://www3.epa.gov/recyclecity/index.htm

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posters.pdf

Above are some posters regarding AQI colors that could translate into some cool coloring sheets.

aqirefer.pdf

Above is a teacher's AQI guide, also from the EPA.


Thanks, @mimiss : Before I ventured out on this Activites I researched on a few of things EPA tried in past which inspired me too.

Also, I wanted it to be in the form of a Handbook or Activity book as anyone would use Pencil and play with it. Then Erase, share it with friends and somehow sense of purpose starts building around Air they inhale & exhale. Suprise Games are coming along the way, but all these simple games students would have come across in their usual studies(EX: Choose, Match, Unscramble, etc)

PS: I do not want these Games to be Digital based as it affects their health & tends to Browse if they are less aware of things.


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