April is known not only for its Earth Day Celebration on the 22nd of the month, but also for Global Youth Service Day, April 26-28, 2013. Whether you join the campaign or not, why not take some time this month to carry out their mission and pledge, which states: “Celebrate the young people in your life, serve alongside of them in your community with an act of kindness and share your belief in the power of youth.”
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Barbara Gruener offers some great ideas for celebrating Earth Day and renewing your students’ dedication to preserving our environment.
Start your Earth Day celebration early by observing Earth Hour on Saturday, March 26, at 8:30 PM local time. Shut down the computer, unplug the TV and stereo, flip the switch on every light in the – no! – don’t touch that cell phone!
This resource offers 10 suggestions, along with related information and explanations, to help kids go green.
How can you celebrate Earth Day, integrate events into the curriculum, and improve character all at the same time? Earth Day is a great excuse to change the routine and celebrate with arts and crafts, special events, and environmentally focused lessons. In much the same way as implementing CC!, ask yourself whether the message is »