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San Bernardino, CAUSA
We decorated 25 bags!
About our project: Instead of the grocery bags, my class created bookmarks. With a delay in motor skills it was simpler for my kids to color in all the white in a smaller space of a bookmark. I find some free templates online I simply print out on cardstock then cut the bookmarks out. After the coloring was completed I laminated them and we passed them out at our school library.
submitted on 5/2/2019
Oxford Elementary School
We decorated 100 bags!
About our project: Our students were excited to complete a global project and get involved with a project outside of our school walls. We had our students work in pairs to collaborate ways of protecting our environment. Thanks Lowes Food in Claremont, NC for partnering with us for The Earth Day Grocery Project!
submitted on 4/23/2018
A Place to Grow
We decorated 18 bags!
About our project: The children enjoyed designing and writing on their bags "reduce, recycle, and reuse". They have a great week creating 3D Trash art, planting flowers for the school, creating a Rock Garden with Parent Involvement, and sharing information with the community to remember Earth Day.
submitted on 4/20/2018
We decorated 160 bags!
About our project: This is our second year participating in the project and we used the write write think curriculum along with the project and the students had success with the graphic organizers and final project as well.
submitted on 4/23/2017
We decorated 342 bags!
About our project: We decided to work with a local grocery store, and they were very accommodating to our request. One of our 5 sites worked with poster paint and I think those bags turned out the best. Be sure to remind teachers and students that the bag still needs to be functional after decorating. Some forgot how the bags worked and glued paper over the bottom flap rendering the bag useless for groceries. NO GLITTER. We also spent too much time working on plans and not enough decorating.
submitted on 4/26/2016