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Free Printable Social Studies--Global Warming, Climate Change

The Internet has brought global issues to the doorstep. Teachers and homeschool parents, here are free resources to help students understand s some of the world's most complex world problems from UNICEF. UNICEF or the United Nations Children's Fund has many lesson plans and educator resources for social studies, science and geography. Here are free environmental science printables from UNICEF to teach climate change, global warming, world poverty and hunger.
Visit the Teach UNICEF water and environmental science page for the Climate Change lesson plans. There are many free printables, teacher resources, students activities, worksheets and lesson plans. There's a free 117 page teacher's manual with global warming and environmental science activities connected to world poverty and hunger. HIV, disease, nutrition, man-made and natural disasters and more. These printables provide content connections, core curriculum standards, textbook connections, study guides and scope and sequence.
Climate Change printables cover content and subject areas across the curriculum: writing, comprehension, science, social studies, world cultures, geography, environmental science, technology, health, weather, global warming, natural resources and much more. Climate Change helps students to explore how global warming affects different populations differently and how this causes poverty and world hunger. It shows how human interaction--air and water pollution, deforestation, strip mining, carbon emissions--have driven climate change.

As with all UNICEF activities, Climate Change not only gives facts and figures, but also student response activities. Climate Change explores how human actions in first world developed and post-industrial countries affect those in second and third world nations. Students learn how poverty is created, how people become poor, stay poor and getting poorer. Climate Changes explores how the earth affects and is affected by world poverty. It explores how global warming creates cycles of hunger, famine, illness, epidemics, disease and starvation. It shows how man-made but also natural disasters stem from negative human choices. UNICEF environmental science printables provide ways students can respond to global crises.