Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2004

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Jessica Ansari
South Peru School
Peru, IN USA

We decorated 136 bags!

About our project: This was a really fun project for the kids and it worked out real good because the grocery store we got to help out is near our school and a lot of parents shop there.

submitted on 4/25/2004

Judith Lazar
Washington Elementary
East Chicago, IN USA

We decorated 500 bags!

About our project: The creativity was amazing as we decorated bags for Sterk's. Some went to St. Catherine hospital to be filled with recyclables for a cafeteria display.

submitted on 4/24/2004

Tonia Dibble
Ridpath Primary
Greencastle, IN USA

We decorated 200 bags!

About our project: The children of Ridpath Primary in Greencastle, Indiana celebrated Earth Day by singing a beautiful song and decorating grocery bags donated by Kroger's and Lobill's. The children had a wonderful time while reflecting on ways to help our Earth.

Look at our pictures!  

submitted on 4/22/2004

Beth Leffler
Jeremiah Gray - Edison Elementary/Perry Township
Indianapolis, IN USA

We decorated 850 bags!

About our project: In Celebration of Earth Day we have decorated Kroger Grocery bags to make our community aware of the ways that we impact the Earth. It has been an exciting connection with our community.

Look at our pictures!  

submitted on 4/21/2004

Adrienne Akers
Towne Meadow Elementary
Carmel, IN USA

We decorated 400 bags!

About our project: After learning about environmental issues and Earth Day, students were eager to help their community by reminding them about the importance of protecting the Earth. After brainstorming for ideas, we came upon Earth Day Groceries Project. It was a perfect fit! Over two days, approximately 100 fourth graders worked hard to decorate 400 grocery bags with Earth Day messages and colorful images. The kids are proud of their work and eager to go shopping with their parents on Earth Day!

submitted on 4/20/2004