Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2000
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CMS and Parkview
We decorated 850 bags!
About our project: We had Earthweek in 2000 which included contests and the earthday bag project.We decorated bags "borrowed" from our local grocery stores. Students sent messages that they care about our earth and environment. We also had trash to treasure contest, a poster contest and photo contest.We had prizes and participation certificates and popcorn parties.
submitted on 3/20/2001
Oak Terrace Elementary School
We decorated 500 bags!
About our project: Our students were successful in understanding their relationship with recycling. They took their message to their homes and to their communities.
submitted on 2/1/2001
Hoffman Estates, ILUSA
We decorated 23 bags!
About our project: My first graders praticed and performed the musical "Everyday is Earth Day." They put on a fantastic show. One of the culminating activities was the grocery bag. They really felt that this too helped get out our message!
submitted on 11/9/2000
We decorated 500 bags!
About our project: We have participated in your project since nearly the beginning. It is a very good way to have the students realize that one person CAN make a difference. The entire school participates now, and the project is a part of our Earth Week celebration. We have bag pictures on our own web page. Please look.
submitted on 6/17/2000
We decorated 460 bags!
About our project: This was a fabulous project that I will be sure to repeat next year. The children felt that they were doing a great service to the community by raising their awareness on Earth Day. Slogans as well as illusrations covered each bag that was delivered. Various mediums, such as pastels, paints, crayons and markers were used.The children took pride in their creations and felt like they were being heard.
Look at our pictures!
submitted on 5/23/2000