Every day is Earth day! If you’re looking to take your class discussions deeper than the obligatory ‘recycling’ topic, then this might be the booklet for you!  This 38 page ‘fun and facts’ mini booklet is designed to support your classroom discussions about Earth day.  It includes a wide selection of follow up activities (many of which can be completed independently)

Every day is Earth day! If you’re looking to take your class discussions deeper than the obligatory ‘recycling’ topic, then this might be the booklet for you! This 38 page ‘fun and facts’ mini booklet is designed to support your classroom discussions about Earth day. It includes a wide selection of follow up activities (many of which can be completed independently)

Free Earth Day Writing Prompt

Tacky the Penguin Differentiated Reading Skills and Strategies Pack

We LOVE this LEGO® Education StoryStarter Kit, curriculum and software because it inspires creativity and writing

NEW LEGO® Education Kit Get Kids Writing

We LOVE this LEGO® Education StoryStarter Kit, curriculum and software because it inspires creativity and writing

Match countries to continents with this free Olympic Games printable

Continents and Countries Olympic Sort

Water Cycle FREEBIE! Enjoy. :) After discussing the water cycle, students can illustrate each stage, practice the spelling of the words, and colorevaporation: draw squiggles to symbolize water changing from a liquid to a gascondensation: draw clouds, add little dots to symbolize water dropletsprecipitation: draw rain, sleet, snow, hailcollection: brainstorm bodies of water that the precipitation can run off into and collect-  examples: ocean, river, pondThis could be a good center activity…

Water Cycle FREEBIE! Enjoy. :) After discussing the water cycle, students can illustrate each stage, practice the spelling of the words, and colorevaporation: draw squiggles to symbolize water changing from a liquid to a gascondensation: draw clouds, add little dots to symbolize water dropletsprecipitation: draw rain, sleet, snow, hailcollection: brainstorm bodies of water that the precipitation can run off into and collect- examples: ocean, river, pondThis could be a good center activity…

Five important lessons from The Olympics for kids from http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/media_releases/olympics/index.html

Five important lessons from The Olympics for kids from http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/media_releases/olympics/index.html

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