📚 Lesson Plan #31

Celebrating Our One and Only Home

Happy Monday!

It's Earth Day today! 🌎 This special day reminds us of our responsibility to take care of this amazing planet. We all have the power to make positive changes so let's celebrate and discover the leader within each of us so that every day can be Earth Day!

There are so many cool events happening all around the world to celebrate Earth Day. And you can make a difference too! Here are some awesome ideas just for you this week:

Reduce plastic use ♻️ Plastic pollution is a big problem, but we can help by using less. This year's Earth Day theme is all about reducing plastic consumption.

Plant a sustainable garden 🪴Use native plants, compost your organic waste, and collect rainwater. This will not only reduce your impact on the environment but also create a beautiful habitat for bees, butterflies, and birds.

Park the car 🚙 Try carpooling or using public transportation. By reducing the number of vehicles on the road, we can make a big difference.

This Earth Day, let's embrace sustainable practices to protect our planet for future generations. Remember, even small steps can lead to big environmental benefits. When we all come together and take action, we can make a real difference. So let's keep the momentum going and work towards a sustainable future, together! 🌈 🌎

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The World’s Oldest Man Shares His Secrets
(Grades 1-5)

One hundred and eleven years ago, legendary pitcher Cy Young retired, the Titanic set sail on its first and only voyage, and New Mexico and Arizona became states. Queen Elizabeth’s grandfather, George V was King and Woodrow Wilson was the President of the United States. And in Liverpool, a baby was born who would go on to set a world record in 2024.

Dogs Can Smell When You’re Stressed Out
(Grades 1-5)

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(Grades 6-8)

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Astronauts Will Get New Wheels on the Moon
(Grades 6-8)

It’s been over 50 years since humans were last on the moon and did you know that the moon buggies they drove around in are still there? Those are some pretty old wheels! Well, with a new era of moon exploration upon us, those wheels are getting an upgrade.

How a Font Change is Saving Thousands of Trees
(Grades 9-12)

“Little drops of water make the mighty ocean.”― Julia Carney

Often the smallest changes can have the biggest impact. At one publishing house, a tiny tweak has made a massive difference to its environmental footprint.