Earth Day Projects and Bulletin Board Displays
Ideas for Earth Day reading projects, creative writing assignments, and bulletin board displays.
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"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." This Dr. Seuss quote from The Lorax is great to use for an Earth Day creative writing assignment and bulletin board display. (Download a FREE one page poster for this quote on: www.uniqueteachin...)
This is a cute idea to adapt for an art project with an Earth Day theme. Give each student a square with a quarter circle on it for them to do their drawings. Glue your students' drawings together to form "Earth Circles" and create a colorful Earth Day bulletin board display.
"We got the whole world in our hands:" These art projects were created by Grade 1 students and they traced their hands, painted a picture of the Earth, and added confetti stars.
This is a lovely idea for an Earth Day bulletin board display. Students create images of themselves and write an Earth Day wish inside their "dream clouds."
"We've Got the Whole World In Our Hands" is a lovely title for an Earth Day bulletin board display. The globe in the center is made from student handprints. The teacher typed up phrases such as: "We can pick up trash. We can plant trees and flowers. We can turn off lights when we aren't in the room." and placed these phrases around the Earth.
“16 Great Children’s Books on Nature and the Environment:” This list contains some of the ‘best’ nature books out there (whether they were chosen for their storyline, their educational value, or simply the beauty of their illustrations) each and every one of them has something beautiful to offer. From: Children’s Book Guide