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Earth day mobile. Each of the circles could have a written and drawn example of how to care for the earth. May be a winner for this year's craft!

Some really good earth day activities can be found on this link!

Have students list ways that they can reduce, reuse, and recycle the natural resources they use every day.

Creation Mobile -The center of the mobile says, "In the beginning God created all things and saw that they were good." The mobile hangs from a 4 sided cloud. The mobile pieces are a star, a fish, a pig (animal) and a bird.

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Biodiversity is defined as the variability among living organism from all sources including, inter alia, terrestrial, marine and other aquatic ecosystems and the ecological complexes of which they are a part; this includes diversity within species, between species, and of ecosystems. (The Convention on Biological Diversity).Therefore, biodiversity includes genetic variation within species, the different species in an area and the habitat types within a landscape.Here, I present a set of tasks to...

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Earth Day is April 22nd but these books work year round. They focus on real ways kids can change their habits and help the environment, on how and why we should recycle and provide cautionary tales about what could happen if we don't. Earth day books ? Yes but they are everyday books too.>> No Time for Flashcards

Earth Day Flip Books: This teacher divided these booklets into 4 sections and topics. Flip open each section and read what students wrote for each topic.

Rainy day mobile ... it's supposed to be a little-kid craft (I think I'm not quite a little kid anymore?) but I think I'll make it anyway! =)