Earth Day is April 22 - Use this lapbook to direct and anchor your classroom discussions with your students about Earth Day! This project can be easily differentiated to fit the needs and abilities of students from 2nd-5th grade.
In this lapbook, the following questions will be answered:
What is the history of Earth Day?
What does landfill mean?
What does reuse mean?
What does reduce mean?
What does recycle mean?
What does conserve mean?
What does pollute mean?
Why do we celebrate Earth Day?
When do we celebrate Earth day?
What does ‘going green’ mean?
What can I do for the environment?
What can I do to reduce?
What can I do to reuse?
What can I do to recycle?
What are we going to do as a class to make the environment better?
What is our plan to help us reach that goal?
Black and white line art copy AND a fun colorful copy are both included in the purchase – choose what to use!
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