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  • Celebrating Earth Day

    In anticipation of Earth Day coming up on April 22nd, I will be featuring Earth Awareness Activities every day until then. These are great projects to do with children at home or at school that help raise awareness about our most prescious resources– the air, the water, the land and our children.

    How Dirty is Your Air?

    Materials:

    • Seven glass- jar lids or bottle caps
    • Large piece of white cardboard
    • Marking pen
    • Labels

    Write numbers one to seven on the cardboard. Leave enough space to be able to cover each number with a lid. Stick labels onto the jar lids and number them from one to seven. Lay the jar lids on the cardboard, matching the numbers. Put the cardboard and lids outside in a sheltered spot. At the end of the first day, take away lid number one. Each day take away one more lid. At the end of a week, take away the last lid. You can see how dirty the air is if the patches where the first lids were are darker than the others.

    Published on March 26, 2011 · Filed under: 10-13 year olds, 5-9 year olds, All ages., Earth Day, Outdoor activities, Pre-school;
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