Everyone's "thinking green" these days. But how do you convince kids that they can make a difference in protecting the earth's resources? Start with this entertaining collection of 35 activities that teach the next generation about environmental challenges — and what each of us can do to help. ... read more
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Everyone's "thinking green" these days. But how do you convince kids that they can make a difference in protecting the earth's resources? Start with this entertaining collection of 35 activities that teach the next generation about environmental challenges — and what each of us can do to help. Crosswords, mazes, word games, search-and-finds, and unscramble-the-letters games make it easy to learn about global warming, recycling, pollution, solar energy, conservation, and endangered animals. This activity book is a great first step for environmental awareness — and every page can be colored! Solutions included.
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