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    Earth Day Preschool Activities


    Earth Day Preschool Activities

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    Around the World [an Earth Day game] by Teach Preschool

    Around the world | an Earth day game

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    I Can Change The World... - Earth Day Bulletin Board

    I Can Change The World... - Earth Day Bulletin Board

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    Seasons Tree - Summer

    Season Tree Window Display - Love Teaching Children

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    Shaving cream marbled Earth Day craft for kids to make! These paper plates look so awesome! | CraftyMorning.com

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    Nature Detectives: (July '14) - MOTHER GOOSE TIME

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    FREEBIE! Earth Day Printables - Nature Walk Scavenger Hunt

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    EIGHT geography activities for preschools including an introduction, clouds, air, land forms, land air & water, and extensions. These activities are Montessori inspired and, well, beautiful! from @Marnie of Carrots Are Orange

    8 Preschool Geography Activities - Carrots Are Orange

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    Collages from reused materials

    RECICLAMOS EN LA ESCUELA: JARDÍN CON BOTELLAS Y TAPONES

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    Playdough, bottle-tops & straws

    Play Dough Bottle Tops and Straws

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    Bottle cap matching game-Although there are so many choices, I ended up with the simplest one. Here comes a brief tutorial for how to make and play the game. There are various online version of this game (Hatch and Match). Making: 1. Collect a certain number of bottle lids/caps/small yogurt cups or whatever container fits the size you want. The container should not be transparent. (Mine are lids of milk we consume everyday) 2. Use one of the container to make a template for the pictures. (I used a 10 cent coin as my template.) 3. Decide what you want to put inside the container. Here are some choices: a. Comic books, old magazines or even grocery store flyers b. Emoticons, logos or whatever picture you can find online and print out c. Alphabets, numbers, which may only be interesting for small kids d. Colorful stickers. e. Stamps. You can carve your own stamps. f. Some miniature toys that can fit into your container I used Calvin and Hobbes, some emoticons and Tuzki. 4. Print out the pictures you want to use. Make sure: a. The pictures should fit into the container b. There should be two identical copies of each picture. To make the game more complicated, you may need more copies of the same picture 5. Use the template made in 2. as guide to cut out the pictures. 6. Glue the pictures inside the container to keep all these lids. 7. You may want a larger container to keep all the lids. I used a small tin can. Playing: 1 player: Arrange the containers with the pictures up in whatever way you like. Look at the pictures and memorize the matching pairs. Flip over all the containers. You can flip two containers at a time. If the two are not matching, you need to flip them again. The game is over when all the containers are in the original situation (the pictures are visible). 2 players: Start with the picture side down. Remove one container randomly without looking inside. Divide the remaining containers into two sets for the players. One set consists one more than the other. The players can look into the containers they own and remove all the matching pairs. And then, for each turn, each player can pick one from the opponent. The player who can remove all his/her containers wins. 2+ players: Start with the picture side down, so you don’t have any knowledge of the matching pairs. Each player can flip over two containers at a time. The player can keep them if they are matching together. The player with more containers wins. For those who also like collecting bottle lids, don’t miss Lidmen.com, an interesting Australian website of many toys made from bottle lids. My favorite is the cute zebra.

    Matching Memory Game

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    Use found natural items as nature's stampers to make fun impressions in play dough.

    Nature's Stampers: Making impressions in play dough - Danya Banya

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    Numbers and Counting Activity

    Numbers & Counting Activity | learning 4 kids

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    International Paper - Life of the Forest...great posters for that plant unit, or for Earth Day!

    International Paper - Life of the Forest

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    Light Table Trees

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    Natural Beach Living: Love the idea of using juice boxes to grow plants in the classroom!

    Natural Beach Living: Earth Day Activities

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    Earth Day and Recycling Resources

    Fantastic First Grade Froggies: Earth Day and Recycling Resources

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    Oil Spills Experiment for Earth Day

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    Learn about recycling in a Science Curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten with 75 free complete lesson plans online

    Learn about recycling in a Science Curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten with 75 free complete lesson plans online

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    Earth Day Shaving Cream Art - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

    Teaching with TLC: Earth Day Shaving Cream Art

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    Earth Day Activity: Water Pollution Experiment--Students try to remove oil from polluted water in a variety of ways. #earthday

    3 Hands On Earth Day Activities that Integrate Math

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    Egg Carton Tree {Kid's Earth Day Craft} #kidscraft #upcycle

    Glued to my Crafts: Egg Carton Tree {Kid's Earth Day Craft}

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    Add to a math center or calendar

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    Handprint Earth Day Activity.

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    Garbage Science

    Garbage Science Experiments - Teach Beside Me

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    #Knoala Two to Three Year Old activity 'Bottle Top Alphabet' helps little ones develop Cognitive and Language skills in just 15 mins. Click for simple instructions & 1000s more fun, easy, no-prep activities for kids ages 0-5! #activities #DIY

    Knoala - Bottle Top Alphabet

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