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1 bird PREK/K 01 bee worm plant dog EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY NATURE PICTURE/WORD MATCH Instructions: Identify the pictures and words with students. Have them trace each word. Then have them draw a line from each picture to its word.

2 EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY EARTH DAY PICTURE FIND PREK/K 02 Instructions: Have students find and circle at least five things that could harm the environment in this picture. Then discuss with students ways they can protect the Earth.

3 PREK/K 03 Name: I like nature because... EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY I LIKE NATURE BECAUSE... Instructions: Discuss with students places where nature can be seen and enjoyed. Have them draw a picture of their favorite place in nature and complete the sentence on the lines provided. Invite students to share their pictures and sentences. Discuss with them the importance of protecting nature.

4 Recycling Rules Do recycle Do not recycle glass jars paper plastic bottles metal cans cardboard food plants cloth books other trash # EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY SORTING RECYCLABLES GRADE ONE 01A Instructions: Read the recycling rules with students, then have them decide which items belong in which bin on the next page. Tell students to cut out each picture and paste it on the correct bin.

5 Do recycle Do not recycle EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY SORTING RECYCLABLES GRADE ONE 01B

6 Finish EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY FISH MAZE GRADE ONE 02 Start Instructions: Have students use a crayon to to trace the path that helps the fish reach the open ocean, while avoiding things that could harm it or block its way. Let students color the picture when finished.

7 Example: blue ocean water cold waves splash and make a roar pretty, red sunset GRADE ONE 03 Instructions: Have students practice counting the syllables of some common words. Then explain that a haiku is a three-line form of poetry from Japan in which the first line has five syllables, the second line has seven, and the last line has five. The subject is usually nature. Invite students to develop a nature haiku on scratch paper, then write it on the lines. Finally let students draw a picture to accompany their poem, and invite them to share their haiku with the class. EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY NATURE HAIKU

8 = 7 GRADE ONE = - - = + + = - - = EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY FLORA AND FAUNA MATH Instructions: Have students count the groups of plants or animals in each box. Then have them find the sum or difference. Finally, have them complete a matching number sentence in the space provided.

9 Instructions: On the lines below each circle, write one thing people could to do protect Earth s air, water, and land. Then draw a picture inside each circle to show the activity you described. Protecting Earth s GRADE TWO/THREE 01 air Environment water EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY ENVIRONMENT CONCEPT WEB land

10 Instructions: Think about things you put in your trash can. On each page, draw and label an item that you could reduce, reuse, and recycle. Once you have finished, cut out and fold your book. # GRADE TWO/THREE 02 (fold B) page 2 page 3 Reuse Recycle (fold A) Reduce page 1 The Three Rs EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY MINI BOOK: THE THREE RS (name)

11 Instructions: Read the story below. Then answer the questions. Last summer, we took a boat ride on the ocean. Dad fished from one side of the boat and I sat beside him. I saw lots of pretty fish. My favorite fish had rainbow colors. It swam right near us. Dad wanted to catch it, but I noticed that its fin was hurt and it had a hard time swimming. When I told Dad, he changed his mind. We scooped up the fish and brought it to the aquarium. A doctor said she would help my little friend, and then send it back to the sea. I sure hope I see that fish when we return this year. GRADE TWO/THREE Why was this particular fish the author s favorite? 2. Why did the author s father change his mind? EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY OCEAN PARAGRAPH 3. What would be a good title for this story?

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