20 Inspiring Ideas for Earth Day Fun (activities, crafts, and toys you can make from recyclables).

20 Inspiring Ideas for Earth Day Fun with Recyclables

20 Inspiring Ideas for Earth Day Fun (activities, crafts, and toys you can make from recyclables). How do you encourage your kids to reduce, reuse, recycle?

Earth Day Crafts for kids - A fun way to teach them awareness and appreciation for the Earth's natural environment. #EarthDay

Delia over at Delia Creates came up with this absolutely fabulous Mister Recycle Head Man craft idea. Put an environmental/recycle twist.

Learn about the journey trash and recyclables take through the Sunnyvale Materials and Transfer Station in Sunnyvale, California. In this video, students see the manual and automatic sorting processes for #recycling and waste disposal. They're also reminded of ways to reduce landfill waste. #videoed #EarthDay #science

Recycling & Waste Management Resources

Watch these short videos in your classroom to help kids understand the recycling processes for aluminum, plastic, glass, and paper. Then, try the paired activities.

Video: Recycling for Kids with Waste Management's Mr. Cool Can

Recycling & Waste Management Resources

April 22 is Earth Day. TeacherVision's resources include materials about global warming, recycling, and pollution, as well as plenty of fun hands-on activities that will  keep students interested in learning about their world. Grades K-12

Earth Day Printables, Lessons & Activities

It is in your hands to make of our world a better one for all - Nelson Mandela With your hands, heart & effort - you can make a difference to mak

Science Fun: Show How to Recycle

Science Fun: Show How to Recycle

Students cut out pictures of objects and glue them on the appropriate recycling bins.

This video explores how polyethylene bags and packaging can be given a new life. Learn how your plastic bags and films can be recycled to make products such as Trex composite lumber. #videoed #science #recycling #EarthDay

Recycling & Waste Management Resources

This video explores how polyethylene bags and packaging can be given a new life. Learn how your plastic bags and films can be recycled to make products such as Trex composite lumber.

Use this playlist of Earth Day videos to teach students about sustainability and environmental stewardship. #videoed

Five-Minute Film Festival: Earth Day

Five-Minute Film Festival: Teaching Digital Citizenship This article is very helpful in finding out exactly what digital citizenship is as well as covering the basics of netiquette and online safety. There are twelve videos in all and very worth it!

Green Activities & Classroom Resources | Supplement outdated science textbooks with our environmentally focused resources. These activities and guides will encourage your students to live a "greener" lifestyle both at home and at school. TeacherVision's activities and resources include methods for reducing waste and trash, information about product consumption, recycling tips, facts about pollution and the environment, global warming statistics, worksheets on different ecosystems, and more.

"Green" Activities & Classroom Resources: Environmentally Friendly Lessons

Supplement outdated science textbooks with our environmentally focused resources. They're the perfect way to encourage your students to live a "greener" lifestyle, at home and at school.

Cute crafts to make using recyclable materials - perfect for Earth Day! | FamilyEducation

Easy Earth Day Crafts for Kids

Elementary Art and Service Learning Projects for Earth Day and Beyond via Edutopia

Elementary Art and Service Learning Projects for Earth Day and Beyond

8 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Go Green for Earth Day | FamilyEducation

Teaching Your Kids to Go Green

8 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Go Green for Earth Day

The first thing most people notice about weather is the temperature! This fun, hands-on science activity will show students in grades 3, 4 and 5 how to make a thermometer of their own.

How Can You Make a Thermometer?

The first thing most people notice about weather is the temperature! This fun, hands-on science activity will show students in grades 4 and 5 how to make a thermometer of their own.

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