Today is Earth Day!
CitizenKid a series of books inspiring kids become global citizens has added a new book to its collection Planet Ark: Preserving the Earth’s Biodiversity.
Visit Recycle City a computer game from the Environmental Protection Agency
Read OxFam’s Grow Method and booklet Fighting World Hunger at your Table
Consider bringing TerraCycle to your school or business
Use Preserve Products: Nothing Wasted, Everything Gained.
The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation is dedicated to planting fruitful trees and plants to alleviate world hunger, combat global warming, strengthen communities, and improve the surrounding air, soil, and water.
Visit my Creation Care Board over on Pinterest. I spent way too much time last week trying to gather the best of the best ideas.
Visit my friend Leslie’s DIY Pinterest board. Leslie is a talented crapter (she up-cycles regular stuff into fun crafts).
Head over to the website The Story of Stuff Project. They have thought provoking videos about creating a sustainable world.
Read the story of creation with your family.
Genesis Chapter 1: In the beginning… God created all we have. I think we have a responsibility to care for it!
Check out some the great earth day books for kids above: The Curious Garden, Compost Stew, Curious George Plants a Tree, Michael Recycle, The Magic School Bus Climate Challenge, Fancy Nancy Earth Day is Everyday, Biscuits Earth Day Celebration, Gabby and Grandma Go Green.
HAPPY EARTH DAY!
What is your family really great at when caring for the earth?