What I Owe to Nature

When I was three, I lived in the country where my mom owned 21 acres of woodsy hillside. I was too young to form many memories there before we moved, but of the ones that remain, all but two took place outside. I had a swing set that faced the hill, and on pretty days, … Continue reading “What I Owe to Nature”

16 Earth Day Reads Recommended by Educators

On April 13, we hosted a #SchoolsofCharacter chat that focused on ways educators can connect character education to their Earth Day initiatives. Question 4, “What are your favorite children’s books that promote environmental action?” prompted so many great responses that we wanted to share them with you. These suggestions are elementary level texts. If you … Continue reading “16 Earth Day Reads Recommended by Educators”

8 Meaningful Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Earth day is the perfect time to get your students outside enjoying nature in springtime. Make sure you take advantage of this opportunity to teach your students how they can care for the environment. Here are 8 engaging earth day activities that will inspire children to be mindful of the planet’s resources. Teach your students … Continue reading “8 Meaningful Ways to Celebrate Earth Day”

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