Scoala Gimnaziala Alexandru Davila

Country of Partner


Title of OER (in English)

Save the Planet song for kids | Environment song for children | Earth Day song

Title of OER (in national language)

Salvați planeta – cântec pentru copii/ mediu – cântec pentru copii/ ziua pământului - cântec

Type of OER

Lesson materials for children

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Conditions of use

Creative Commons BY-NC-SA

Language (s)


School Year

Grade 3, Grade 4

Age group

From 8 to 9, From 9 to 10


Environmental Education

Specific contents covered

Environmental Education

You can use this OER in this/these subject area(s):

Natural science / Environmental education, English, Music education

English language skills

Listening - Spoken reception (Listening comprehension), Speaking - Spoken production (Oral production, interaction), Reading - Written reception (Reading comprehension)


environment, animals ( swimming , waking, flying ), recycle ( trash, bin), travelling , human, Planet Earth, to save, happy place, to keep, clean.

Type of materials included

Images, Songs, Videos

How is it visually attractive for children?

Each of the new vocabulary taught is joined by the appearance of pop-up icons . The vivid images and the happy song makes learning more effective .

Can the OER be customized and reused?



It can be reused as a way to teach children about rithm, beat trough body movement in a music class.

Can the OER be used in project-based learning, interclass and intercultural collaboration?



It can be used to celebrate the Earths Day in a intercultural collaboration.

Points of Strength

The OER takes the learner’s developmental stage, cognitive development and language competence into account., The OER integrates content and language, There is a varied number of items learners are expected to engage in, The response expected from learners is engaging (drawings, hands-on demonstrations, verbal, etc.), The OER makes it clear in which language learners are expected to respond, The OER can be used in project-based learning, interclass and intercultural collaboration