♻️ Take the Earth Day Pledge with your students! Perfect for elementary aged students
This is a simple way to continue Earth Day awareness and to spread it to the students' home! My students love taking the pledge! I encourage them to hang it on their refrigerator to remind them to do the tasks to help conserve and protect the Earth. The pledge contains simple tasks that students can complete independently (example: turning off the lights when they leave a room, turning off the water while they brush their teeth, picking up trash in a park, etc...). I encourage my students to choose at least two tasks to pledge to do.
I use this in my classroom on Earth Day after we have completed our vocabulary and conservation activities.
⭐ I also have an Earth Day Promise FREEBIE with picture support available for younger students.
⭐ I have a whole pack that targets Earth Day vocabulary that would be great for any elementary science or ELA lesson during this time of year! It was designed for 2nd-5th grade but it can be used with younger/older depending on skill level. There are a variety of activities/pages to teach the words and promote conservation.
What's included (all using Earth Day Vocabulary)
★ Vocabulary Word List (great to use a word bank for writing assignments)
★ Vocabulary Flash Cards (simple definitions and pictures)
★Non-Fiction Text Story with comprehension questions
(3 formats for questions: writing, multiple choice, & verbal)
★ Vocabulary Match: The student will draw a line from the word (with a picture) to its definition
★Earth Day Synonyms: The student will draw a line from the word to its synonym
★Earth Day Color by Number Multiple Meaning Words: Reveal a hidden picture while saying two meanings of each word.
★Earth Day Venn Diagrams: Compare/contrast Earth Day vocabulary
(included: recycle vs. compost, habitat vs. environment, and blank)
★Earth Day Idioms: These are relate to nature in some way!
(two formats: verbal and multiple choice)
★Conservation Match: A cut & paste activity to match a conservation technique to the resource it helps protect (air, water, land).
★Recycle or Compost? Sort different items into the correct bin (cut & paste).
★Recyclable Material Search: The student will color only the recyclable materials green!
★What Can I do to Help Reflection Page: The students will learn about common things they can do to help the Earth, then draw a picture of themselves doing it!
★Earth Day Word Search: 14 Earth Day Vocabulary Words
★Earth Day Crossword Puzzle: The clues are the definition! Word bank provided
★Earth Day Bingo (4 different boards to use in groups): The clue cards are definitions
★Recycle Bingo (4 different boards to use in groups): The clues give a short fact about how each item can be recycled.
***Answer keys included in a separate file in the download!
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