One Day on Earth's FREE educational materials are finally here, and can be found at www.101010educate.org
About One Day on Earth and the Toolkits:
One Day on Earth is a collaborative effort of filmmakers, journalists, educators, students, and inspired citizens in every country of the world, who will collectively document the 24-hour period of October 10th, 2010 with video and photography.
One Day on Earth has built FREE online educational toolkits to facilitate school participation in our project, and to empower students to use digital filmmaking technology to help tell the world's story on 10.10.10.
The toolkits include lesson plans, worksheets, slideshows, project ideas, and recommended viewings and readings. The educational materials can be incorporated into any grade level from kindergarten through college through age-specific worksheets. They can also be integrated into many subject matters though subject-based project ideas, which have been designed to align with local and national educational standards.
In addition to our educational efforts, One Day on Earth is partnering with a number of NGOs and charitable organizations. Notably, the United Nations, The American Red Cross, and Water.org are all partnering with One Day on Earth to help spread the word about their causes