Printable activities for recycling, Earth Day and conserving resources.
This form encourages students to get outside and observe nature. Use this page to draw a single specific scene focusing on one area of interest. There is space to log the time, date and location. The bottom half is used to write a description of the scene.
Printable word search using the following Earth Day/Environment word list: Blue, Clean, Compost, Conservation, Conserve, Energy, Garbage, Green, Habitat, Ocean, Planet, Pollution, Protect, Recycle, Renewable, Resource, Reuse, Volunteer, Waste, World
In northern latitudes, the effect is known as the aurora borealis (also known as the northern lights), named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas, by Pierre Gassendi in 1621.
This is the story of the first Earth Day with reading comprehension questions and an answer key.
What are some ways you can recycle? Use the space inside of the recycle symbol to journal about recycling and conserving resources.
Printable sign to promote Earth Day in the classroom.
Printable sign to remind everyone to toss their trash.