Earth Month 2018 is coming to an end. I know, we’re sad about it too. It has been an amazing experience.
During the past three weeks, we’ve worked together to help kids love, appreciate, and conserve the planet. We hope you’ve enjoyed the Scavenger Hunt as much as we have, but it’s not over yet!
It’s the fourth and final week of Earth Month, and this week we are showing kids how to nurture Earth in a variety of fun, family-friendly ways. From picking up litter to discussing the importance of plants and trees, our final Scavenger Hunt activities focus on making our planet better, cleaner, prettier, and healthier.
Week 4: Nurture Earth
This week, challenge your child to complete these tasks:
Pick a meatless meal. Caring for Earth means caring for all its inhabitants, including plants and animals. Challenge your child to think of a meatless meal & make it together!
Find an area to clean up. It doesn’t take much effort to make our planet look pretty. Take your child on a walk or to the park & pick up trash.
Find something to re-purpose. Challenge your child to create a craft using only reused materials.
Pro tip: Milk cartons make a great rocket ship!
Find a tree taller than your house. Help your child learn the importance of trees by showing them how small trees become big trees that breathe oxygen and give birds a home.
Plant seeds. Not only is a garden good for the environment, but it also gives you and your child a special bonding experience.
While completing the Scavenger Hunt, you can also take part in our Earth Month Giveaway to enter to WIN over $1,000 in prizes!
Sign up to WIN the weekly prize bundle & share photos on social media with the hashtag #LEEarthMonthHunt to enter to win a Grand Prize worth over $1000 from our Planet-loving friends: Bitsy’s Brainfood, Bumbleride, EZPZ, Happy Family, Lullaby Earth, Olen Organics, and organicKidz.
Each photo shared counts as a unique entry - the more you share, the better your chances of winning!
For more details on how to enter please visit, Earth Month Scavenger Hunt.