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Ten Activities to Celebrate the Earth

Laure Latham - It's Easy Being Green » Earth Day

Since its creation in 1970, Earth Day has become an incredible incentive to take action and do something for our planet. It's so popular it's part of our kids' lives as much as any major holiday. Each year, Earth Day is celebrated on April 22, but to make...
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The Big Apple, from the Perspective of Your Little Seedling

Amy Rees - Escapes, Real and Imagined » Dreamy Destinations

New York City is a preschooler's paradise. Literally, of course, if you are living or visiting there. And metaphorically, too, if you happen to be engaging in just some armchair travel.  Whether he's heard of it or been there or never dreamed of either,...
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Making Terrariums

Eliza Clark - It's Easy Being Green » Earth Day

All around, the world is blooming. It's like a jungle out there! So lush and green and lovely. It makes even the most non-gardener of non-gardeners feel like watering something—even a meager handful of dirt hosting a sorry excuse for a houseplant will d...
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Ten Beloved Children’s Authors Write About Nature

Laure Latham - The Great Outdoors

Want kids to connect with nature? They need to learn to love it first and any of these books will help you to plan your next nature exploration. When nature books are so good that they get made into a feature-length movie or stick with your child's memory...
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