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Students will have a sorting activity where they learn.
Students will reuse recyclable items to create their own paintings.
After a read aloud of “The Robot Book”, students will create their own robots using recycled materials.
Students will experiment with yogurt containers with a sensory bin activity.
To learn more about he importance of Earth Day, we will have a read aloud of “One Day on Our Blue Planet”.
Students will enjoy learning more about how to reuse materials with a read aloud of “Recycle!”.
Students will make a “world in our hands” craft in honor of Earth Day.
Students will learn more about Earth Day with a read aloud of “I Am Earth”.
Students will learn what happens to the things they dispose of with a read aloud of “Where Does Your Garbage Go?”.
Students will learn about our planet with a globe exploration activity.
Students will make their own watering cans using recycled milk jugs.
Students will make letters of the alphabet using recycled cereal boxes.
Students will create their own planet Earths using fun puff paint!
Using recycled newspapers, students will create their own works of art.
Parents are welcome to join us for a PAC Meeting and Parent Workshop at 5pm.
Using various recyclable odds and ends, students will create their own garbage collage.
Students will search for hidden objects in a sensory bin of recycled materials.
Students will learn how to conserve and protect our planet with the “Recycling Song”.
Students will create their own stained glass earths using tissue paper and other art materials.
Students will learn how compost is a way of recycling organic garbage with a fun science experiment.
Using recycled materials, students will create their own Earth craft.
Students will match recyclable items to the appropriate bin.
Students will enjoy playing with sand and salt using recycle yogurt containers.
Students will learn how to recycle organic materials with a read aloud of “Compost Stew”.
Students will make their own “dirt in a cup” snack using crumbled Oreo cookies, chocolate pudding and gummy worms.
Students will create handprint Earths in honor of Earth Day.
Students will enjoy a fun sensory activity exploring different colored materials in a bin.
Students will wrap up April’s theme of the month with a read aloud of “Earth Day Every Day”.
Students will observe the beauty of our planet Earth with a nature walk.
We will wrap up our recycling unit with a read aloud of “Rally for Recycling”.
Our Early Centers (6th Ave, Farragut Rd, Lorraine St – Rooms 201 & 305) will be closed for Professional Development Day.
All of our centers will be closed in observance of Memorial Day on Monday May 28th.
All of our centers will be closed on Monday June 4th for Professional Development Day.
All of our centers will be closed in observance of Independence Day.