Earth Day is around the corner. This is a great opportunity to help your little one practice writing! We are so fortunate and so blessed to live and share such a beautiful planet. Taking care of and protecting the earth by reducing, reusing, and recycling is so important. It is good stewardship, and, just a smart thing to take care of something that helps take care of us. Teaching our children, the next generation, to take care of what they have is also important! So, to help with the teaching process, I made some Free Earth Day Writing Prompts! There are 4 different Earth Day Writing Prompts included in this packet! (There are 4 pages in all). Make sure you only print out the ones you need – helping to reduce/reuse/recycle starts here! Hope you enjoy the Earth Day Writing Prompts! If you are looking for a way to teach the concept of reduce/reuse/recycle to little ones, in my free earth day worksheet post I talked about the book Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg.
Free Earth Day Writing Prompts
There are seven pages in all in this free Earth Day writing prompts packet. There are 4 different types of pages: One that has a picture and a place to write the Earth Day writing prompt, one that has 2 of the same writing prompts on the page so that you can cut it in half/ optimize on paper. One that is for a longer writing prompt/a full sheet of paper and then one that just has a drawing -for students that are younger or at a different level and need to just draw. Here are the pages that are included in your Earth Day Writing Prompts packet.
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