The Truffula tree-like templates include 8 differentiated writing formats to accommodate writing abilities from kindergarten through 4th grade! Perfect for opinion writing or persuasive writing. This is one of my favorite boards to create! All templates included in this package are hand-drawn or computer drawn by Kindergarten Korner by Casey and do not infringe on the original imagery of Dr.
Help keep Earth Day alive for another generation with these cross-curriculum activities.
Those were some of the events ofwhen Americans first celebrated Earth Day. Air pollution was commonly accepted as the smell of prosperity.
Environment was a word that appeared much more often in spelling bees than on the evening news. The day will be marked by events staged around the globe. Education World offers classroom activities for use across the grades.
Water, water, everywhere -- geography, critical thinking, and language arts. Grades 4 and up. Ask them to find out which states are experiencing especially wet or dry conditions and to recheck the site each week for a month to see how conditions change.
Then they should write a brief summary of the conditions each week and a month-end summary. See what you can sea -- geography and history.
Grades 6 and up. Assign each student a body of water somewhere in the world. Find a student work sheet for this activity in the Navigating a Sea of Research activity from the Discovery Channel.
Play it again -- drama and science. Have students perform the play The Awful 8 to learn about different air pollutants and their effects.
The script includes parts for 27 students as well as production tips. Earth sun catcher -- art, geography. Grades 3 and up. Help children fill margarine-tub lids with the glue. Let the glue dry completely.
Students should carefully peel the blue circles out of the lids and use brown permanent markers to draw landforms on the circles. Stick the sun catchers to a window! Cleaning up our air -- science.
Grades 6 through 8. Many manufacturers use electrostatic precipitators to capture particulate matter small particles of dirt before it is released into the air. Invite students to perform a simple experiment using a balloon and black pepper to see how electrostatic precipitators work.
Tracking trash -- math and graphing. Grades K through 8. Students can use a chart from the Reducing Cafeteria Waste activity to track the amount of trash people throw away each day in the cafeteria.
Help them turn the stats into a bar graph that shows the number of items -- plastic, bottles, milk cartons, and so on -- people throw out each day. Sun cooking -- science. Friendly packaging -- science and critical thinking. Invite your students to study a variety of product packaging and discuss which packages are most "Earth friendly.
A Unit on the Environment created by Minnetonka Minnesota public school teachers. Be an artist -- art. Grades 3 through 8. Students can practice drawing to the same size or to scale with the animal illustration grid of a kangaroo rat or one of the other animals at Games from Waterford Press requires a quick and easy registration.
Flying frogs -- language arts. Then ask students to use the ready-to-color illustrations that accompany the story to create their own retellings of the story. Students can add dialogue and other characters to their versions. Give Earth a hand -- bulletin board. Have each student trace a hand and cut it out.Earth Day is coming up on Tuesday, and we always devote our whole day to it in the classroom.
Yes, we do believe that every day is Earth Day, and we're big on recyling and conserving energy in the classroom, but on April 22nd, we tend to go a bit bigger with our thoughts and actions. Check out ashio-midori.com — where Earth Day is every day — with over pages of earth-friendly activities, facts and fun, they are sure to meet all your Earth Day needs For Earth Day worksheets, ashio-midori.com is the place to go.
These alphabet worksheets include a variety of letter activities. There's a section for tracing each letter (both uppercase and lowercase), one with a picture of an object that starts with each letter, a section to find and circle all of the letters, and a writing .
Observed each year on April 22nd, Earth Day celebrates Earth's life and beauty and Earth Day activities strive to educate and alert people about the need to preserve and renew the threatened ecological balances upon which all life on Earth depends.
4th Grade Science Worksheets The 4th grade curriculum covers a very broad range of topics. We scratch the surface of biology, but spend a lot more time on the physical sciences.
We scratch the surface of biology, but spend a lot more time on the physical sciences. Earth Day Worksheets Earth Day worksheets are the perfect tool for parents and teachers who would like to make their students more environmentally conscious.
Browse through JumpStart’s collection of Earth Day printables for great ideas on how you can observe Earth Day in your very own classroom.