Tag Archives: kids and the environment

Letters to the Universe

As the coronavirus pandemic crosses the globe, we are learning that while we may be far apart, we are also deeply connected. In this post, we’d like to invite you and your students and families to write letters to our … Continue reading

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Free Resources for Earth Day

We 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 … Continue reading

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New Colors and Connections for Earth Hour in Times of COVID-19

By Bernardo Marçolla, author of Me and You and the Universe Today we are experiencing an unprecedented phenomenon on a worldwide scale related to the wide spread of COVID-19. In many countries, strict quarantines have been adopted, with profound impacts … Continue reading

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Enter to Win Living on the Veg and Go Green!

This giveaway is now closed. This month, five lucky readers will win: Living on the Veg: A kids’ guide to life without meat Go Green! Join the green team and learn how to reduce, reuse, and recycle! With colorful illustrations … Continue reading

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Teaching Students About Climate Change

By Garth Sundem, author of Real Kids, Real Stories, Real Character: Choices That Matter Around the World Sex. Drugs. Evolution. Cancer science. Climate change. Climate change is one of those things: You just know that no matter how you teach … Continue reading

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