www.kidsdiscover.comEarth Day is April 22nd! The first Earth Day in 1970 marked the beginning of the modern environmental movement. The movement continues today with the theme of Ending Plastic Pollution. What can your classroom do to cut down on non-renewable resources? Use the following materials to start conversations in your classroom! Free Topic: Landfills and Recycling
www.earthday.orgVisit the official Earth Day site to learn about the world's largest environmental movement and what you can do to make every day Earth Day.
Scavenger HuntTravel around the farms watching the videos and observing the photos to answer the questions below. Let's see how many you can find. Mrs. Brossy will collect all submitted forms and assign a special Earth Day prize to those with the most correct.
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