These Earth Day Activities are a fun and creative way to get children to think, write, and read about how they can help the Earth. In this packet, you will receive a Earth Day mobile craft, a writing prompt with a brainstorming web and word wall cards, two readers for different levels, and an Earth Day crown that your students can make.
✎ I Can Help The Earth mobile craft:
Your students are sure to have fun making this "I Can Help The Earth" craftivity. This easy-to-make craft is a great way to get kids thinking about ways they can help the Earth and a creative Earth Day decoration for your classroom.
✎ I Can Help The Earth Writing Prompt:
After creating the "I Can Help The Earth" craft, your students can expand their ideas and write more about how they can help the Earth. First, your students will use the word web and word wall words to pre-write. They will then write and draw what they can do to help the Earth on the writing paper. There are five different types of writing paper templates included.
✎ I Can Help The Earth Reader:
Your students will read about some of the many ways that they can help the Earth in these printable books. There are two readers included in this packet to help you differentiate. The first one includes simple sentences and repetitive text like “I can recycle.” The second one is more advanced with sentences like “I can recycle things like cans, plastic bottles, and newspapers.”
✎ I Can Help The Earth Crown:
This Earth Day Crown is a simple and fun activity for students to do and wear on Earth Day. In this packet, you have two different crowns and pictures of ways that your students can help the Earth that they can cut out and attach to the crown.
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