Are you teaching about the Earth or celebrating Earth Day with your preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students? Here is a free Earth Day Hat (or two) for your students to show the world what they learned about.
We actually give you two versions of this hat. The first version (shown above) the students color, cut, and glue to a sentence strip (or the provided strips). The second version (shown below) the students color, cut and glue the Earth to the hat with some handprints behind it.
The fun thing is that we give you the handprints, but depending on your students’ ability levels, you could easily have the kids trace and cut out their own hands.
Let us send you these hats directly to your email:
And if you are looking for Earth Day activities, check these out:
Learn about the Earth and Earth Day with these two easy to read books. Celebrate Earth Day talks about the holiday and why we celebrate. It discusses what kids can do to help. And The Earth is a super easy book about what is found on Earth. Both books are perfect for your preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students. Click here to see them now.
And if you are looking to dig deeper into the Earth (no pun intended LOL), our Earth Interactive Book is perfect for you. This interactive story will have the kids doing fun activities like sorting trash right in the book. You can literally add some nonfiction book and Teacher-Approved Earth Videos with this book and your week is good to go! Click here to check it out now.
Earth Snap Cube Centers will have your students counting and reading. Students can use the letters to make words too for even more of a challenge. The perfect math center, STEM activity, or morning tub activity for your preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students. Click here to check it out.
Speaking of Earth Day Videos, click here to check them out now.
And if you are looking for fun reader for your students about the Earth, our Earth Easy Readers are perfect for you! Our Easy Readers are easy to read sentences, appropriate content, and great to send home for your students to reread! (They like coloring them too!) Click here to check it out now.
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