Happy Earth Day Week! I hope everyone has gotten a couple chances to get outdoors and enjoy our big beautiful wonder filled natural world this week! And how about an opportunity to create the new Dandelion Delight nature art project? These often overlooked wildflowers are the early jewels of the spring season and worth
It’s spring garden time! Even in those places where snow may still be on the ground, gardening is in the forefront of people’s minds. Daffodils are popping up, loquat trees are fruiting, and the March winds are blowing in the April showers. April is a month of many things: Earth Day (4/22), National Poetry
Did you know this Saturday is Earth Day? They say “Earth Day everyday,” which is kinda cliche and empty, but at the essence true. So how can we highlight special ways to create earth celebrations in your everyday life? Today I offer you an idea for honoring some of Mother Earth’s largest children, the trees! Let’s have a tree ceremony!
What a week it’s been! I have to send a giant thank you to everyone for making the first Wings, Worms, and Wonder blog hop so successful!! I hope you enjoyed the projects by each of the guest posters. I know it was fun for me to see how they interpreted my activities. Here’s a
Do you know what I’m going to say about Earth Day? Yep! I know you do! “No saving anything!” “No tragedies before 4th grade!” “We must let children love the Earth before we ask them to save it!” You’ve heard it from me before, but Earth Day is just another good reminder. Just play outside!
Earth Day is right around the corner. It is Monday, April 22, the crown jewel on Environmental Education week. While you may have something elaborate planned, celebrating Earth Day can be as simple as just going for a walk or taking 5 minutes to just sit outside and let your senses take in the environment