Pollution Solutions
Pollution Solutions

Today’s Activities

REad it! Write IT!

Read this article from National Geographic Kids to find out some of the ways pollution affects our Earth. 

Take Note! The article above lists the following types of pollution that can cause problems for wildlife: plastic, oil, agriculture products, and excess noise and light.  Use this note-taking template to copy those four types of pollution and to briefly explain why each is a problem and what someone might do to help (you may need to do some safe internet research for some more information). Be sure to check out these tips for preventing pollution.

Math Solutions

Check out these math problems and see if you can come up with a solution to each problem.

Water Pollution

Watch this BrainPOP episode to find out more about this topic

Warm-up then Out!

Challenge yourself to this warm-up from YMCA 360 before you head outside for some active play time.

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Teaching Tips

Accessibility Feature

Turning on transcripts for YouTube Videos [PDF]

Speech & Language

Focus on figurative language: An idiom is a phrase or expression that has different meaning from the literal meaning. What does on top of the world mean? Discuss the meaning and use it in a sentence with someone in your home.

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Year in Review

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Fail Forward

Fail Forward

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Field Day!

Field Day!

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