Aloha everyone! I am enjoying my weekend and just settling in after a busy Sunday. My family went out hiking today and enjoyed the gorgeous weather.1
We were hoping to see some whales, but only saw a few spouts. No breaching or pods today. Hopefully next time we will see some.
I am truly fortunate to live in such an amazing part of the world and enjoy the beauty around us. Part of our curriculum for science and social studies is to teach about our natural resources and ways in which we can conserve them.
I have been working on a new interactive unit to use with my students. This is what I have come up with.
There are 6 different activities and all pages are easily printable.
The format is the same as my other interactive units.
Topics include, natural resources, how we use them, pollution, conservation, Earth Day and what we can do to protect the planet.
I have included pictures and directions for each activity.
Earth Day is coming up and this will tie right in with the other activities that I plan on using.
Just click on the picture to check it out in my TpT store.
I am excited to get started on using it this week! My students have really enjoyed the format of our other units and I am sure they will love this one.
April is also Poetry month, so we will be busy with lots of activities.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend and if you are on spring break enjoy every minute of it!!