April 22nd is Earth Day! Mother Earth is here to tell our froggy friend Leonard all about this special holiday. Leonard wonders what can he do? After all, he’s just a little frog. Leonard learns about 5 easy things he can do to help take care of Mother Earth. You can do these 5 things too!!
Earth Day is a holiday celebrated all around the globe by over a BILLION people! Will you join in this year? Watch our Earth Day for Kids video to learn how you can celebrate our beautiful Earth on April 22nd and EVERY day!
This video introduces kids to the history of Earth Day as well as giving them simple, easy ideas on how to be “green.” Conservation for kids is easy if you start early and just do sensible things! The ideas in this video include: Zero-waste lunch, using a re-usable water bottle, turning off the lights when you’re not using them, turning off the water when you brush your teeth, and unplugging appliances when you’re not using them so they don’t keep using electricity.
How many of these tips do you do already? Do you have other ideas on how to help Mother Earth? Tell us about it in the comments!
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How to Help the Earth by the Lorax (Step into Reading)
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The Big Earth Book (Lonely Planet Kids)
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Is This a Planet? http://bit.ly/Planet_Game
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Written by Kimberly Hatch Harrison
Performed by Michael Rosenbaum and Cassi Jerkins
Produced by Kimberly Hatch Harrison and Michael Harrison
Additional artwork by Michael Rosenbaum
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Author: Doc Searls