Earth Day - Writing Activity
Earth Day - This Earth Day writing activity will be a great addition to your classroom. Students will write about ways they can help our planet. This Earth Day activity will make a nice display for your classroom and provides a fun educational activity to celebrate Earth Day. Students will cut and color the Earth and put together a boy or girl Earth man.
I have included a black and white copy of this activity and a color copy of this activity.
Students will be allowed to decorate their Earth Day man and take home an adorable keepsake.
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