Earth Day Activities

Hello Everyone!

The 50th Earth Day is this Wednesday April 22nd and now more than ever it is important to recognize and educate our children about global conservation. One way we can participate is to clean up a local park or play area. Here is a list of links to help incorporate natural science education, climate change and environmental awareness with projects, lesson plans and virtual field trips.

By the way, they say Earth Day is not a day it is a movement:

Yoga with Yo Yo ages 2-8
KIDS EARTH DAY YOGA FEST April 22nd 4:30-5:45 pm Berlin Time (10:30 EDT)
Playful yoga, live music and mandala craft. Participants should bring a stuffed animal and a paper towel roll (or toilet paper roll). Register for free through zoom. This class is free, but those wishing to donate can contribute to YoYo’s virtual tip jar: (venmo: @gowithyoyo) 16:30 Berlin Time.10:30am Eastern, 9:30am Central, 7:30am Pacific) For more info on her classes or to register:

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Captain Planet Foundation
Learn at home resources for nature sciences you can pursue in your back yard, at home or local park:…/cpf…/learning-at-home/
You can also take part in the #RealPlaneteerchallenge:

Earth Echo
For older kids: A series of “virtual field trips” with natural scientists, including aquaculture farmers, marine biologists, wastewater treatment workers, turtle and shark specialists, conservationists, and biogeochemists. From April 23-June 3

Sky Day Project
Sky Day Project is an open citizen artwork created by artist Ben Whitehouse. People post sky photos, sky drawings and sky paintings to the global mosaic and create Sky Galleries together as individuals, a class or group.

Parent Vault
A very long list of Earth Day projects, experiments, jokes, and free worksheets:…/…

A variety of quizzes, videos, lesson plans and art projects on climate change and ocean conservation. Check out their Climate Art Contest, deadline June 15!…/ocean-awareness-contest/overview/

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Design for Change
Join the Hasbro and Design for Change #DoGoodFromHome Challenge.

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Kids Gardening Website
Even if you don’t have access to a garden, there are tons of fun activities you can do with your kids here: Outdoor and container gardening projects, fruit and vegetable art, seed viewer, soil art, pressing flowers, scavenger hunt and more….

Baby Center has suggestions for 12 MOVIES you could watch with your kids on Earth Day:…

THIS VIDEO PLANTS TREES: It says for every thousand views, they plant a tree. It looks like they only planted 64 trees so far so please forward the link to all your friends:

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