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Chalk in My Pocket: DIY Nesting Material Dispenser | Backyard Birding with Kids

Chalk in My Pocket: DIY Nesting Material Dispenser | Backyard Birding with Kids | Kids Going Green!! | Scoop.it

Create a bird nesting material dispenser 

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Fun with foam

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Have kids create a print using old styrofoam carryout boxes.

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You Can Go Green: Ideas For School Projects That Promote Green Living

You Can Go Green: Ideas For School Projects That Promote Green Living | Kids Going Green!! | Scoop.it

What does going green mean? Many people ask what going green means but few people give a good answer. You Can Go Green Blog answers it in detail. Subscribe to get new posts in your inbox.

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Buggy Birdfeeder - Lowe's Creative Ideas

Buggy Birdfeeder - Lowe's Creative Ideas | Kids Going Green!! | Scoop.it
Create a buzz with these bumblebee and ladybug birdfeeders made from repurposed paint cans.
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5 DIY Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Kids | Mixbook

5 DIY Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Kids | Mixbook | Kids Going Green!! | Scoop.it
5 Earth Day Projects Kids Will Love (and Learn From) (5 Green DIY Ideas for Kids http://t.co/AaoBg76m RT @Shutterfly: Happy Earth Day!
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How to Build a Compost Bin

How to Build a Compost Bin | Kids Going Green!! | Scoop.it

Composting is a natural biological process where bacteria, fungi and other organisms decompose organic materials such as leaves, grass clippings, and food wastes. The end product is called compost. While composting occurs naturally, the process can be accelerated and improved by human intervention.

 

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Cherry Blossom Art from a Recycled Soda Bottle | Alphamom

Cherry Blossom Art from a Recycled Soda Bottle | Alphamom | Kids Going Green!! | Scoop.it
Celebrate the National Cherry Blossom Festival by making cherry blossom artwork using a recycled 2-liter soda bottle.
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Bottle Purses: Put ‘em Back to Use

Bottle Purses: Put ‘em Back to Use | Kids Going Green!! | Scoop.it
Plastic bottles are an enormous contributor to landfill waste taking nearly 700 years just to begin decomposition.
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Repurposing crayons

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Create valentines out of old crayons

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A Green Schools Revolution has begun -- is YOUR school involved?

Thousands of schools all over the UK are already part of Green Schools Revolution: a new sustainability education project from The Co-operative. The programm...
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Green Schools Revolution - The Game

The Green Schools Revolution: The Game - download it here: http://on.coop/GSRitunes Have you got what it takes to be the ultimate Eco Warrior at home and at ...
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Green Your School Challenge

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Got what it takes to go greener than the competition? Prove it. Sign up your school for DoSomething.org's Green Your School Challenge and you could win scholarships and prizes.
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School Garden Wizard

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A comprehensive guide to school gardening from the US Botanic Garden and the Chicago Botanic Garden.


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