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Going green means to care for the environment with your actions and choices. Here are some activities to help you go green at home and in your community. Will you commit to finding new ways to go green to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day?

Go Green Guide — What is sustainability? What does it mean to Go Green? What is a carbon footprint? In this Guide, you’ll find important terminology and a list of practical actions you can take to Go Green.

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Earth Day EVERY Day Coloring page — Color a picture of the Earth and answer the question: What is one thing I can do to celebrate Earth Day EVERY day?

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Ee is for Earth Coloring page — Color pictures of the Earth and answer the questions:

  • What is your favorite animal on Earth?

  • What is your favorite plant on Earth?

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Sustainable or Not Sustainable? — Can you choose the option that is sustainable? Which of these options are things you can commit to doing in your life?

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Reduce & Reuse Math — This worksheet will help you go green and get better at math!

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Air, Land & Water — Using the list of ways to go green in the Green Guide, organize each action by how it helps our environment.

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Going Green @ Home — Let’s set some goals and make a plan for going green at home.

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Green in My Community — Think about where you live – your home, your neighborhood, your town, your region, your country – then answer these questions about green in your community.

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Going Green Quiz — Take a quiz to see how much you’ve learned about going green. You’ll find the answers on the second page of the document.

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