Monday, May 16, 2011

Save Our Earth!

I know Earth Day is in April, but we recently finished up our "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" posters and they turned out soooo stinkin' cute! I let the students work with a partner and brainstorm ways to be kind to our world. They used painted newspaper to create the grass on the posters and then drew the pictures on another sheet, cut them out & glued them to the poster. I took their dictated sentences and printed them out with a cute font I found online and... ta da!


These were so much fun and the kiddos learned so much-one thing is for sure...I CAN NOT throw even the smallest piece of paper in the trash can without someone saying, "You need to recycle that!"

I also created a pocket chart center called "Build a Green Sentence". I wrote the students' sentences on sentence strips & then cut the words apart. The students build the sentences & write them in the "Build-A-Green Sentence" mini book that I made. Just click on the link for the free mini-book!

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