League for Green Leaders

 

 

League for Green Leaders program is the world's first, fun children online competition on climate action.

202 children saved 15 tonnes of CO2 in the pilot of League for Green Leaders, which is equivalent to CO2 removed by a 18 acres of forest in a year.

The first League competition will begin on November 8, 2021, and registration is now open.

Join other parents and teachers, get the tickets for your children now!

How The League for Green Leaders Works

The League for Green Leaders is an online competition that is held multiple times a year. To join, parents and teachers choose a competition, set up a team online, and invite their kids to start their incredible journey of environmental discovery. The league’s activities span over 14 days, with opportunities to catch up if any days are missed.

2021/2022 League competition schedule:

Monday, November 8, 2021
Monday, January 10, 2022
Monday, April 18, 2022
Monday, June 6, 2022

 

Choose the difficulty level that’s right for your child based on their grade levels

Beginner: Grades 3-4
Intermediate: Grades 5-6
Advanced: Grades 7-8

 

Play to Learn

Once kids sign up, the fun really begins! They’ll complete daily experiential learning activities and make green choices and earn rewards to help them put their eco-knowledge and skills into action. Kids told us they loved learning to track their CO2 emissions, and that playing the iBiome series of educational games which are integrated into the challenges were some of their favourite League activities.

Learn more about the iBiome Series of Games

They’ll get extra points for doing science projects like building a solar oven, crafting a model wetland, or doing research on biodiversity. We believe that children should be encouraged to explore what they can do for our environment in a playful way. Let us show you how!

 

Play Together

The League for Green Leaders is a social learning experience where kids work in harmony to make a bigger collective impact, together. They’ll track their own progress as they make their own choices about how to be more sustainable, and cheer on their team as they motivate each other to make greener choices. They’ll also see how far they’ve advanced in the league overall by keeping an eye on three different leaderboards: Top Teams, CO2 Saving Leaders, Best Projects.

 

Play for our Future

 The League for Green Leaders shows kids that the green future they want to see is possible. Will they choose to build enhanced recycling facilities, or green power stations? Each day, they’ll earn their votes by completing their daily tasks, then give their votes for the projects they want to see and watch them progress and done through beautiful illustrations on the competition homepage. They’ll see how a collective effort of being green can lead to our sustainable future.

League for Green Leaders program is the world's first, fun children online competition on climate action.

202 children saved 15 tonnes of CO2 in the pilot of League for Green Leaders, which is equivalent to CO2 removed by a 18 acres of forest in a year.

Children’s League Experience

“Most of my CO2 saving was from Food and I got 836kg of CO2 saving.” – Grade 4 student from Iowa

“(I liked) The CO2 tracker because each day I got to see how much I was helping the environment.” – Grade 4 student from Pennsylvania

“I love doing the games!!! I also like getting badges and points!!! Thank you so so much!!!” – Grade 4 student from Pennsylvania

“I learned that CO2 is very important and also I never knew what CO2 was.” – Grade 4 student from Pennsylvania

“I liked the part where we voted on lots of different things that are good for the environment. I also like working with my group members. I liked inputting my CO2.” – Grade 7 student from Ontario

“I learned about biology, engineering, ecology, and more. During this period, I learned how we could save CO2 by doing simple daily things, How wetlands are important and could save communities, how trees are important to the world, etc. ” – Grade 7 student from Ontario

“I learned that the sun can work as a oven and can cook stuff. Wetlands are made of a lot of biodiversity. All materials are made up of different types of plastics and much more.” – Grade 7 student from Ontario

“I like the tree explorer badge because I was outside a lot to earn that one.” – Grade 7 student from Ontario

“I’ve learned about ocean, forest and other biomes, how to make a solar oven and tons of other things!” – Grade 7 student from Ontario

I like the CO2 tracker thing. It was fun to record how much I recycled but it also gave us points by doing very easy work which is great.”  – Grade 5 student from Ontario

What Teachers Said About the Program

“Your activities and challenges align perfectly with these initiatives by getting students involved in their personal impact on the environment and practice being a change maker. I can’t wait to get started!”  – K. Gilligan, teacher from New Jersey

“My fourth graders really enjoyed tracking their CO2 footprint by participating in the League for Green Leaders Pilot Program.”  – Ms. L. Caffee, Pennsylvania, USA

“Your program is highly engaging to students, in particular to one student whose mother emailed me and told me that he had difficulty engaged in regular classes, but spent so many hours in the League for Green Leaders competition.”  – S. Lang,  science teacher from Toronto, Ontario

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you are a student logging into the League program from Google Classroom

How long does it take to load a game?

  • It depends on your internet speed. On average, it will take a few minutes to load our games. Once the loading starts, please take a break and wait for it to load. It will be much faster if you do not interrupt the initial loading process. Only the first time takes longer time to load. So your patience will pay off.
  • If your game's loading bar does not move, try to clear your cache. You can find more details on how to do this from this blog: https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/how-to-clear-your-browser-cache/
  • Our games do not work on Firefox browsers.

What to do when I see the "Access Denied" message?

  • We use industry-standard secured keys to maintaining your web browser's connection with our server. We want to make sure that you are the right person to access your data created during this season. If you let your browser idle for some time, this key will become unsafe. When you load any games in this situation, you will see this Access Denied message.
  • No panic. Just click on "Logout" from the top menu. Then use this URL to get in again: https://leagueforgreenleaders.springbaystudio.org/login
  • Do not click the "Login" button on the top of the screen. That is the entrance for children registered by their parents.

What to do when I see blank page?

  • We use industry-standard secured keys to maintaining your web browser's connection with our server. We want to make sure that you are the right person to access your data created during this season. If you let your browser idle for some time, this key will become unsafe. When you click on "Activity" from the top menu, you will see a blank page.
  • No panic. Just click on "Logout" from the top menu. Then use this URL to get in again: https://leagueforgreenleaders.springbaystudio.org/login
  • Do not click the "Login" button on the top of the screen. That is the entrance for children registered by their parents.

Can I use my tablets to access this program?

  • You can use your tablets to do other activities, but not playing the iBiome games that are provided in this program. But you can download the iBiome games to your tablets from the App Store.

 

General questions

What is your privacy policy?

  • We respect your children's privacy. For this pilot program, we do not collect any personal information other than their first names if you register them, or first names, last names, and Google Classroom emails if they log in using their Google Classroom accounts.
  • We do not sell your children's personal information and program-related data, such as their points, CO2 saving data, to any other organizations.
  • In our mobile apps, we do not collect any data from your children. All their playing data remains in their mobile devices.
  • Details of our privacy policy can be found here.

How do I create a new account?

  • This depends on whether you are a teacher or a parent. If you are a parent, please go to our parents' registration page and use "celebrate" as your promo code to avoid payment. Please watch our short how-to tutorials down below to get started.
  • If you are a teacher, we provide Google Classroom integration. Please contact us for more details: support [at] springbaystudio [dot] com

What is a team organizer? Can multiple parents start and join the same team?

  • The team organizers are the adults who organize community teams. They are responsible to set up teams, give team names, and decide the difficulty levels for the teams.
  • Multiple parents can join the same team. Once the team organizers set up the teams, they need to share the team codes with other parents and kids. Using the same team codes, parents and kids can form a community team.
  • Team codes are the unique IDs to link all parents and kids within the same teams together. Remember only one parent needs to start a team, and then shares the team code with the rest of the parents and children who want to join.

Which difficulty should I choose for my team during the registration?

  • “Easy” is for children in grades 3-4 or younger or if your child wants less of a challenge. Medium is children in grades 5 - 6, and hard is for children in grades 7- 8.
  • Once you set the difficulty level as the team organizer, you can't change it during the season.

How does the team point work?

  • Team points are the average of the points from every kid in the same teams. If you are a kid or parent, click on "My Team" from the top menu. you will see the team point of your team, and everyone's individual points as well.
  • Keep this in mind when you group kids into teams if you are an adult.

 

 

League For Green Leaders Tutorial – How to Register as a Team Organizer

League for Green Leaders Tutorial – how to register kids