Wednesday, July 31, 2013

E is for... {Giveaway Day 5}

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 Day 1
 Day 2
 Day 3
Day 4

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27 comments:

  1. This year we did a school wide celebration of Earth Day. We had the Earth Rangers come in and give a presentation on preserving the habitats of endangered species. I also had my class create Earth Day posters which I hung in the hallway for most of the month.
    Sidney
    Teachingisagift

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  2. We read books about Earth Day and make crafts using recycled materials.

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  3. We make an Earth with blue and green paper and then write about how we can help keep our Earth clean.

    renetowens@sbcglobal.net

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  4. I don't do just a ton for Earth day. We will read a few books and discuss recycling. If we have time we will do a craft.
    Karen Rowland
    Adventures With Firsties

    karenrowland112677@yahoo.com

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  5. We read loads f books, do an art project, and a cute craftivity.

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  6. I love Earth Day! We plant a tree, watch the Lorax and talk about Going Green! It sets the tone for the rest of the year and the kids try their best to "Be Green"

    jkroske@gmail.com

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  7. We sorted what can be recycled and what can't and read some books.
    Kate

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  8. I wish my school did something schoolwide, but it doesn't. We talk about recycling & the importance of taking care of natural resources. We read books, etc. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  9. We do a variety of activities...writing about saving the earth, earth day poems, recycled material pictures...

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  10. Our first grade team does a "Race to Recycle" where we have our students make cars out of recyclables and we walk(race) around our bus loop and have our students take turns recycling goods at each station. It is a lot of fun!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something To Treasure

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  11. Can't celebrate Earth Day without reading The Lorax. Loved having my kids make Lorax mustaches on Popsicle sticks!!

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  12. We read "The Lorax" as a class read aloud, discuss its meaning, and create a book about Earth Day.
    Toni Nicholson
    chief9937@Yahoo.com

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  13. For Earth Day we start and experiment of growing seeds in 3 different types of soil, and we talk about ways to keep our earth green.

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  14. It is the culmination of our unit on Earth's Treasures.

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  15. Posters! And we do Earth Hour-no extra electricity used in the classroom-no lights, no smartboard, no computers on, etc. Luckily...it's usually during gym for me! lol
    Debra (debrastin@gmail.com)

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  16. I have not done this yet, because it's my first year, but I am extremely excited, to go without electricity for earth hour, and do different earth activities.

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  17. We read a TON of books & watch a video clip.

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  18. Talk about and read about recycling and ways we can help the earth

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  19. We do a community wide clean up for Earth Day!

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  20. I read the Lorax, and we talk about protecting the Earth!!

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  21. We talk about recycling and why it's important to take care of our planet.

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  22. We talk about why it's important to protect our planet and brainstorm ways to help out the Earth. We also do a fun craft! :) Bforbes89@gmail.com

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  23. We made torn tissue paper globes.

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  24. I'm in a French immersion classroom, so I have a couple of awesome books that introduce the concept with simple language and we brainstorm what we can do to "love the Earth" and we make a plan of what we will do in the future to love the earth

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  25. We celebrate Earth day by not having any lights on (we use the window light) and we do not complete any paperwork for the day. We also create posters to display within our classroom.

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  26. We coincide Earth Day with our study of plants, and everyone plants a flower seed.
    Pauline
    First Grade by the Sea

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