Celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd by reading these Earth Day Books for Kindergarten and teaching your children about what they can do to help the Earth.
Using book lists for kids like this one is a great way to find a variety of stories to help your students learn about recycling, pollution, and much more!
Earth Day Books for Kindergarten:
As you are reading these books with your kids, place sticky notes on the pages whenever you hear a way that a character helps the Earth.
Not only will this help you create an action plan (read more about this at the bottom of the page) with your students, but it will also help them to practice their listening comprehension skills.
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Where Can I Find These Books?
You can check out many of these books at your city or school library. You can also purchase them at bookstores such as Barnes and Noble. They usually have a display in the children’s section with books for the up-coming holidays.
If the books aren’t available at the library or bookstore, you can order them from Amazon. You can get these books in paperback or on your Kindle.
You can also search YouTube to find the authors reading their stories aloud. One of our favorites is Todd Parr reading this book, The Earth Book.
Earth Day Classroom Activities:
These picture books will not only teach your kids but also inspire them to help make the world a cleaner place to live. But, it’s important to not just read about the ways we can improve the Earth. We need to take action too!
From planting a garden to picking up litter, there are many Earth Day classroom activities that your students can do throughout the year to make a difference.
After reading these Earth Day books, go back through the books and find your sticky notes. You and your students can make a plan about how you will help our planet.
Reading these Earth Day Books with your kids is a great way to teach them about the things that we can do to help the Earth including reducing pollution, recycling, and much more!
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These Earth Day Activities are a fun and creative way to get children to think, write, and read about how they can help the planet. In this packet, you will receive an Earth Day craft and a writing prompt (with a brainstorming web and word wall cards.) There are also two readers for different levels and a crown for your kids to make and wear. Click on the picture to learn more!
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