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Earth Day Sort: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Matching Cut and Paste Center Activity

Need a great idea for a quick Earth Day activity?? This is it!Earth Day Sort: Reduce, Reuse and RecycleHappy Earth Day!For an outdoor Earth Day activity- try this!EARTH DAY/ NATURE RECYCLES OUTDOOR SCAVENGER HUNT ACTIVITYFor a more thoughtful Earth Day lesson- try these:Perils of Plastic Pollution: 2 videos & article about effects of ocean pollutionEcology Case Study- LANDSLIDE PREVENTION- article from Whidbey Island Landslide

I actually really like this ... the two circles and the fact they are imperfect but continuous I dig it ... as a ministry logo .. not sure?

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7 Of The Most Frighteningly Bizarre Ocean Creatures On The Planet

We think of the water as a sort-of maritime wilderness. Little do we realize that beneath the surface are some of the most bizarre ocean creatures on Earth!

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The Real Number System - Always, Sometimes, or Never Card Sort

This card sort activity has students categorize 24 statements about the Real Number System as Always True, Sometimes True, and Never True. The statements relate to the different types of numbers in the Real Number System: Real, Irrational, Rational, Integer, Whole, and Natural. 8.2A Extend previous knowledge of sets and subsets using a visual representation to describe relationships between sets of real numbers

from Danya Banya

9 Reasons to Gather Natural Materials for Art & Craft

Gathering free natural art and craft materials like leaves, flowers, sticks and stones from around your neighbourhood with your kids has so many benefits - being free is just the first one.... ~ Danya Banya

from Elizabeth Anne Designs: The Wedding Blog

Fresh + Colorful Outdoor Wedding

The World’s Most Amazing Swimming Holes Technically, a “swimming hole” is any deep place for swimming in a stream, lake or river. But for this post the editors decided on a more ridged set of criteria: First, we considered only swimming spots that were inside some sort of hole in the earth. Second, we decided to count only naturally occurring swimming holes. Finally, we only considered swimming holes that offered temperate waters.