Earth Day

Ready-To-Go Teacher Created Activities

First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day was designed to support environmental protection. It is now honored in more than 190 countries. Each April 22nd global events are held promoting action and change which encourage positive outcomes for our planet. Create a free account and search Earth in the Ready-To-Go Publicly Shared Activities Bank.

 

 

The First Earth Day

Upper elementary students will enjoy this fact filled Earth Day Activity. The two and a half minute video describes how Earth Day is celebrated around the world. One page of challenging text tells the history of the first Earth Day. Followed by ten automatically graded multiple choice questions. 

The First Earth Day

 
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Your Recycled House 

 Can you imagine building a house out of completely recycled material? This Activity, written at a 940 Lexile level, helps students to start thinking eco-friendly. Seven multiple choice and three extended response questions help build online test taking skills. This is a great paperless Activity for Earth Day or any day! 

Your Recycled House (Earth Day) 

 
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Maria Recycles

Beginning readers will enjoy reading this Earth Day story about Maria helping her Dad recycle.  Written on a 440 Lexile level, with four automaically graded multiple choice items, young readers can begin having online experiences and academic success on Earth Day! 

 

Maria Recycles (Earth Day)

 
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 Global Warming

Global warming is a HOT topic this Earth Day. This Activity includes a seven minute high interest video geared at encouraging students to reduce their carbon footprint on the Earth. Followed by a one page of informational text and nine automatically graded multiple choice questions, this a great Activity to keep middle school students engaged on Earth Day. 

Global Warming (Earth day) 

 
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Are the Everglades Forever? 

This Activity gets high school students thinking this Earth Day. With wild, giant snakes and choking plants on the loose, students will get a new perspective on a seemingly boring swamp. Written at a 1180 Lexile level with seven multiple choice items and three extended response items, this is great practice for fast approaching end of the year testing. 

Are the Everglades Forever? (Earth day) 

 
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