Cool Australia has a wealth of free, curriculum-linked sustainability lesson and unit plan resources for all subject areas and year levels, including a Student Toolbox digital library available to kids at home to watch videos and documentaries, and view images, articles, stories and news on a range of topics.
The step-by-step backyard geology guide Discover The Fun Of Backyard Geology sets you up to explore and learn from rocks and soils in your own backyard with some simple tools and experiment ideas.
Check out Zoos Victoria's online offering of webinars, challenges and teacher events - with virtual excursions and other activities coming soon!
TROPICSU has a huge collection of digital climate change teaching tools and lesson resources designed by teachers for teachers across a range of subjects/ages.
Get your students to read, watch and play the at-home National Geographic Society/National Geographic Kids education resources.
The Fact Detectives podcast from Kinderling is a great biodiversity listening and learning resource great for early learning and primary students.
The Roots and Shoots Resource Box is a new free K-6 resource bank focused on caring for our wildlife and natural environment from the Jane Goodall Institute of Australia (JGIA).
Encounter Ed UK has a range of free lesson and unit plans on sustainability topics, including climate, energy and ocean pollution (mid-primary and secondary).
Melbourne Water have a great range of curriculum-aligned, interactive games, treatment plant tours and lesson resources (primary and secondary).