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K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th

Subject

Visual and Performing Arts

Duration

15 minutes

Regional Focus

Global

Format

Google Slides

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Earth Day Classroom Decorations

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May 21, 2024
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Synopsis
  • This bundle features printable name tags, bookmarks, posters, growth mindset cards, certificates, and table signs to support teaching and learning about environmental stewardship.

  • Captain Climate is featured in most of the materials and the name tag slides are customizable.

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Additional Prerequisites

  • The materials support environmental stewardship, not Earth Day specifically, so they can be used at any point during the year.

  • The certificates can be awarded to students for any number of actions related to environmental stewardship.

Differentiation

  • The growth mindset cards can be used when having conversations with students about their ability to succeed and can be used digitally or as cards or tokens to encourage and support students.

  • These printable materials can be used in a variety of situations and for various grade levels to encourage students to think about the environment and how they can help make a difference.

  • Consider using the bookmarks, posters, and certificates as rewards or incentives for groups of students that complete projects or assignments and participate in discussions.

  • Some ideas for Earth Day projects include this tree-planting activity, this artistic display, and this Walk and Roll Day initiative.
Scientist Notes

To mark Earth Day, these slides contain SubjectToClimate Earth Day materials where students can learn and be equipped as environmental stewards. The materials are suitable to spur students to co-create climate solutions; lead in their community to protect the ecosystem, green spaces, and parks; engage actively in environmental justice; engage in responsible shopping and consumption; and support actions to save planet Earth. This is ideal and recommended for teaching.

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Note On Standards:

This lesson is aligned to SubjectToClimate standards. Review the aligned standards directly in the lesson plan document and teacher slideshow.

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