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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Earth Day Activities for Kids

So how do you celebrate and teach about Earth Day with your students? Are you looking for a way to really get their attention?

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This Earth Day video will get your students' attention.  It is called the Annoying Orange, and it may be just a tad annoying. However, I KNOW it will capture their attention. 

Seriously, who doesn't love the magical, purple octopus (or at the very least, be creeped out by it)?


On a more serious note, your students will appreciate our amazing Earth in this video.  


Finally, here is a video of earth from space.  This one is 20 minutes long, but worth every minute. 


You may also like these printable Earth Day activities from our TpT store:

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 Earth Day Foldable activity

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You may also like these printable posters. Click HERE.

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 Earth Day printable science poster decoration

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You may also like these Earth Day resources from our Amazon Associate store.

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