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Earth Day Printables
Smiling Earth Size Sequencing Game
A simple but fun game for children learning how
add in one at a time.  Talk about smallest to
largest, littlest to biggest and back again.
Sequencing Game Page 1
Sequencing Game Page 2
Earth Day Coloring Pages
Two beautiful Earth Day charts and coloring
pages.  Print the charts to hang around your
classroom, and print the black and white
versions for children to color in.

Smiling Earth Coloring Page        BW
Heart Shape Earth Coloring Page        BW
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Wheel
Learning about recycling has
never been more fun! These
handy Color Your Own Recycling
Wheels break down the basics of
recycling glass, paper, cardboard,
plastic, aluminum and compost.
from OrientalTrading.com
Recycling Center Charts
Here are some colorful printable charts you
can hang in your classroom by your recycling
center.  These can also be used in creating the
individual charts on laundry baskets and
provide children with clean recyclable to sort.
Earth Day Recycling Bookmarks
Here are two different printable bookmarks
you can share with your children around
Earth Day.  These are best when printed on
cardstock and laminated!

Recycle Bookmarks
Happy Earth Day Bookmarks
Earth Day Printables
The Three R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle by Nuria Roca
Attractive color illustrations and easy-to-follow text combine
to present factual information that younger boys and girls
will readily absorb and understand. The Three R's: Reuse,
Reduce, Recycle is one in a series of four entertaining What
Do You Know About? books, for very young children.
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