Earth Hour 2019
Switch off to join the future and be part of the world’s largest environmental movement.
Earth Hour is the world’s largest grassroots movement for climate change action. Millions of people in over 180 countries take part in Earth Hour by switching off their lights as a symbolic gesture to show that our planet needs stronger action on climate change. Earth Hour has come a long way. What started as an Aussie grassroots movement has grown the world’s biggest movement for climate change.
Our actions on climate change will shape the future for our children. Since they were born, our children have been taught to be active recyclers, aware of renewable power alternatives, and informed about the effects of pollution on our planet. They know more about climate change than any other generation. And they have extraordinary views on what they want for their planet. Switch off for the future of our planet.
Time & Date of Earth Hour 2019:
Earth Hour will be on Saturday 30 March 2019 at 8:30pm – 9:30pm local time.
Earth Hour for the Kids:
See some past Earth Hour educational videos for the kids:
Some games to play during Earth Hour:
- Freaky Faces – make sure you’ve got a torch; sit in a circle, and using a torch, see who can make the scariest face!
- Scare Bear – stand in a circle, someone is ‘in’, everyone else turns their backs to the person who’s in so they are facing out. The person who’s in has to try and scare the other people, one at a time, and the person who screams the loudest loses.
- Hide and Sneak – decide who’s in. That person counts to 20 with their eyes shut and everyone else hides. While the person who is in looks around the house, the people hiding have to sneak to a different spot. If they get caught they have to help look for the others. Everybody has to sneak at least once. The first person to get caught loses and is the next person to be ‘in’.
- Ready, set…sardines – it’s the reverse of hide and seek. The person who’s ‘in’ has to go and hide while everybody else counts to 20 with their eyes shut. Then everyone goes in search of the hider. Once the hider is found, each person who finds them must squeeze like a sardine into the same hiding spot, being careful not to make any noise. The first person to find the hider is the next person to be ‘in’.
- A shadow puppet show – Find a blank wall or set up a white sheet with some candles or torches behind. The kids can practice their shadow puppet hands and use sticks/leaves, etc, and make up stories that they know. Go online before the night begins to get some instructions on how to do shadow puppets.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Earth Hour website.
What: Earth Hour 2019
When: Saturday 30 March 2019 | 8:30pm – 9:30pm local time
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Image Source: Earth Hour website
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