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Welcome to Weekend Links! This is my chance to share the best-of-the-best thanks to my online travels of the course of the week. This week has been filled with wonderful booklists and activities surrounding loving and celebrating our Earth and all that inhabit it. Here are some of my top picks this week.
Earth Day is not far off and during my online travels this last week I discovered a plethora of amazing love-the-earth/nature-related activities that could be utilized and enjoyed all year-round. Some are resources, some are suggested booklists and some are earth-friendly fun for families. But they are all important tools and ideas that will help your family love and honor our Earth 365 days a year. Enjoy!
The Great Redwood Forest of Northern California is the oldest, tallest gathering of trees on the planet. Check out this #booklist of Great Redwood Tree Picture Books will inspire future generations. https://www.jumpintoabook.com/2015/07/book-jumper-summer-reading-series-the-great-redwood-tree-booklist/
Love this graphic from Whole Foods!
I created a booklist in honor of Earth Day and…well…I went a little crazy! I found so many amazing and unique books in our own personal library, I just had to share:
An Earth Day BookList: Great Reads for High Schoolers
An Earth Day Booklist- Great Chapter & Non-Fiction Books for Kids
An Earth Day Booklist for the Whole Family
Does recycling, “upcycling,” and reusing items fascinate you as much as us? If so, you’ll love these 50 Cool Recycled Crafts for Earth Day from Makes and Takes!
Looking for some fun ideas to celebrate Earth Day? Check out these 22 awesome Earth Day Games for kids. #10 will get your kids moving!
How will your family honor the earth this year?
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SPRING MEANS FOXES! The Fox Diaries: The Year The Foxes Came to Our Garden
From the forest to the front yard, experience the magical story of a family of foxes that took up residence right in the front yard of the author and publisher (that’s me!).
Great to share with your children or students, The Fox Diaries speaks to the importance of growing and learning both individually and as a family unit. It is a perfect book for story-time or family sharing. Not only can you read about the daily rituals of this marvelous fox family, there is an information-packed resource section at the end of the book which includes lots of facts and even a few “fox movies” that you can enjoy with your family.
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