Free Resources for Earth Day

Free Resources for Earth DayWe are all part of something much bigger.

As our daily routines are disrupted and millions of people are adjusting to social distancing, we are learning just how interconnected we are. It’s more important than ever to take time to connect with ourselves, each other, and the earth. This Earth Day, our resources can help you and the children in your life stay connected to our world.

Get inspired by Me and You and the Universe. Author-illustrator Bernardo Marçolla brings together the worlds of social and emotional learning (SEL) and STEM and demonstrates how we are all connected. Fill your screens with Bernardo’s beautiful illustrations. Grab free downloadable wallpaper for your desktop or mobile. Click the images below to download to your mobile phone:









Click the links below each image to select a size and download wallpaper for your desktop or laptop: small (1600px x 900px), medium (1920px x 1080px), or large (2560px x 1440px).

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Go Green! is a kid-friendly story packed with practical ideas for protecting the planet.

Download a glossary of terms from the book to introduce kids to the basics of environmental activism. This two-page handout also includes a list of resources for further information.
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In Going Blue, Cathryn Berger Kaye, M.A., and Philippe Cousteau show young people how they can help rescue our planet’s water.

Help kids consider their consumption choices with this striking poster showing the amount of water necessary to make, process, and transport common goods. Download the 8.5″ x 11″ poster or the 11″ x 17″ poster.

Together, we will meet this challenge.

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