Celebrate Earth Day!

Let's celebrate this amazing planet we call home!

In this special activity, your kid will explore the history of Earth Day and create an Earth Day pledge! They’ll also learn how to make homemade seed paper for their very own personalized Earth Day greeting cards, to give out to family and friends.

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Celebrate Earth Day!
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1 Your Guide

Anna Kirkpatrick Learn more about me

Inspired by my own two kids, I love creating things, whether it’s with fabric, food or other materials! We also love to read, cycle and explore the outdoors together! I'm an idealist and love thinking about ways to make the world a better place. Not only am I a BC-certified educator, I‘m a certified forest and nature school facilitator. Nature exploration offers so many opportunities for contemplation, joy and learning! I’ve worked as an educator for more than a decade in a variety of settings including camps, libraries, schools and nature programs. I believe that learning always happens best through connection and community. Some of my most profound learning experiences have occurred in unconventional settings: weeding cabbages, cycling a country road in Albania, or route finding on a wilderness trail.

I've travelled across Canada by bus and train.

2 Materials Needed

scrap paper (about 10 sheets), seeds (ideally wildflower or other small seeds), mixing bowl, measuring cup, blender (optional) OR plastic, jar with lid, baking tray, dish cloths, sponge or absorbent cloth

3 Learning Focus

  • Communicating
  • Personal awareness & responsibility
  • Social awareness & responsibility

4 Registration

You’re selecting a Realtime Single A one-time Livestreamed Activity led by a qualified Guide.

5 Best Suited For:

Stick figures of varying sizes waving

My age is between 5 - 10

Yellow and blue gear

All experience levels are welcome.

Child and mother stick figure standing

My parents need to be around.

We advise a grown-up is close by to supervise with the materials and tools for safe use. Use safety gear, such as safety goggles, gloves, and wear an old shirt for STEM/STEAM Activities

An open book

All reading levels are welcome.