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ALL ABOUT EARTH Get ready for a month filled with so many fun activities to teach your kiddos all about our planet Earth . I teach this unit in April so it coincides with Earth Day. I’ve loaded up this blog post post with read aloud book ideas, free videos you can share with your students, li
Free reduce, reuse, recycle printables and hands-on activities. Perfect for homeschool or classroom for Earth Day or any time of year!
Trish Stevenson saved to Creative Curriculum
Description Need a great ideas for a quick and challenging Earth Day activity? This is it! Engage your learners in ways they can actively contribute to saving the planet in an interactive and kinesthetic way with this critical thinking activity! Included in this resource: Earth Day Sorting Cut and Paste: Students evaluate ways to be green and decide if each is an example of Reducing, Reusing or Recycling. A worksheet for students to rethink their use of products in their everyday lives and…
KaitlinMaree saved to Natural Earth Resources
As part of Earth Day, we are learning about the 3 R's, reduce, reuse and recycle and so we wanted to share with you this Free Recycling Sort. It's an easy and engaging activity for the kids to help them understand the concept of sorting. We actually used the free printable in 3 different ways in the classroom.
Rachael Lasnick saved to ABC easy as 1 2 3
Earth Day is on April 22nd, try out these fun and simple activities in your classroom! Earth day book list, sensory bin, easy crafts kids can do by themselves, anchor chart, downloadable book, and more for your toddler, preschool, kindergarten, or first grade students. These activities will also work well in special education classrooms. Teach students how to help our environment with a foldable template about the three r’s reduce reuse and recycling.
Rebecca saved to 2019-2020 3-5th grade
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MARY TARRAGA saved to Guardado rápido
Our Natural Environment is the most precious resource humankind has. Therefore it makes sense to become aware of what really is going on and how each of us can contribute to making a difference. If we improve our own daily habits at home and at work, we model more responsible behaviour for our youngsters. Did
Recycling may seem like a modern concept that was introduced a couple of decades ago. But did you know that people have been recycling for thousands of years? In ancient civilisations, ink used for…
Elisa santos saved to lesson plans ideas
We all recycle paper and plastic and glass in our homes. We all know how important it is to reduce the waste and reuse old objects. Thanks to my city’s initiative I even do compost. But I realized that my kids don’t really understand the very essence of recycling nor they understand why we do...
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