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Category:Earth Day
15 Earth Day Read Alouds and Activities for 2nd grade

15 Earth Day Read Alouds and Activities for 2nd grade

Taking care of our Earth is a big job. Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 with these Earth Day read alouds and activities for the 2nd grade classroom. These lessons and activities make it easy to celebrate Earth Day every day! All About Earth These books take a look at...

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Seasonal and Holiday Projects for 2nd Graders

Seasonal and Holiday Projects for 2nd Graders

With so many subjects and skills to teach, it can sometimes be a struggle to squeeze in high-quality science and social studies instruction. We get it! That’s why we created the Monthly and Seasonal Projects All Year Bundle. Teachers love this bundle as a way to...

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Earth Day Classroom Transformation!

Earth Day Classroom Transformation!

What a school year! It is hard to believe Earth Day (April 22nd) is already approaching! Earth day can be a fun day in the classroom. One way to make it even more fun - an Earth Day Classroom Transformation! Bring this important holiday to life by turning your...

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Earth Day in the Classroom

Earth Day in the Classroom

Earth Day is an excellent opportunity to teach students about the importance of taking care of the planet. Earth Day Videos Videos can be a great way to add variety to an Earth Day lesson.  We have found our favorite Earth Day videos that are kid-friendly and...

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Seeds and Planting

Seeds and Planting

Teaching students about seeds and planting is a fun unit to teach in the spring. Important topics include; what do plants need, parts of a plant, ways seeds move, photosynthesis, planting vocabulary, and types of soil.  Take a closer look at how these concepts...

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