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Using Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Sorting Worksheet, students sort items that can be recycled to cut down on waste.
Using Recycling Sort Worksheet, students sort the items by writing the letters into the proper recycling container in order to cut down on waste
Using Go Green Recycle Activity, students sort common trash items by composition: paper, plastic, metal, or glass to increase their knowledge about recycling.
Using Conserving Resources Worksheet, students read the captions for each picture below, then explain how resources can be conserved.
Using Earth Day Crossword Puzzle, students use the clues about Earth Day to fill in the crossword puzzle with the missing words.
Using Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Items Worksheet, students creatively think about how to reuse common items they would find in their house.
Using Earth Day Contractions Activity, students match two word phrase cards (I cannot) to contractions cards (I can't) in order to use contractions in their writing.
Using Happy Holidays National Holidays Activity, students learn about the many holidays that are celebrated by different cultures.
Using the Going Green Song (Animated), students learn all about ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle and so much more through a catchy video!
Using Recycle Worksheet, students determine which objects can be recycled in order to cut down on waste.
Using Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Scenarios Worksheet, students read the situations below and then, write a way that each item can be reused instead of being thrown away.
Using these Earth Day Flash Cards, students improve their Earth Day vocabulary by describing the colorful flash cards.
Using Earth Day Reader's Theater, students act out different parts in the story Earth Day Hen to learn more about Earth Day.
This Earth Day - Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading about Earth Day.
Using this Recycle Writing Paper, you will be able to showcase your students' Earth Day and recycling themed writing to create a decorative, final draft.
Using Earth Day Writing Activity, students brainstorm the sequence of events of a growing seed, then publish using them Earth Day themed writing.
Using this Support the Point Worksheet, students explain the reasons the author gives to support recycling.
Using Earth Day Numbers Activity, students count objects up to 20 in a set in order to build their counting fluency.