Presentation on theme: "The Impact Girl Scouts Can Have"— Presentation transcript:
1 The Impact Girl Scouts Can Have Earth DayThe Impact Girl Scouts Can Have
2 What is Earth Day?Earth Day is a day for people to protect the earth’s environment…all the baby animals and plantsThe first Earth Day, in 1970, focused on ecology, respecting life on Earth, and raising awareness of different types of pollution (soil, air, and water)
4 What is Ecology?Ecology is how animals and plants, the weather, and people interact, or work together(Daisies) Who has learned about farm animals? What are some animals?(Brownies) Who has learned about different animals that live in the ocean? What are some of those animals?Since you’ve learned about a group of animals that work together (on the farm/in the ocean), you’ve learned about ecology.
6 What is Pollution?Pollution is anything on the land, in the water, or in the air that is harmful.Can somebody give me an example of pollution? (Daisies)Can somebody give me an example of soil pollution (land), water pollution, and air pollution? (Brownies)
8 Activities for Earth Day Recycling Crayons with the SunBuild a Fairy GardenPine Cone & Peanut Butter Bird FeederPlant a Garden!PLAY OUTSIDE!!!!!!!!!Cook Earth Day RecipesPut crayon bits into cups, put cups into a pot with a lid, put pot with lid outside in the sun…you have new crayons!Go to the store, buy a container for outside, plants, and potting soil… also buy whatever you think your fairies might enjoy in their garden! Plant the plants in the container and set outside and wait for fairies to come enjoy the new garden you created just for them!Get pine cones from your backyard, mix up peanut butter and oat bran, spread PB mixture onto the crevices in the pine cone, roll pine cone in bird seed and hang in the backyard!Go to the store, pick out the prettiest or your favorite flowers, til up some land and plant a garden! Don’t forget to water it though!
10 Earth Day Recipes Earth Day Bars Dirt Cups Flower Cupcakes Fruit FlowersVegetable FlowersRecipes:
11 Girl Scout Oaths and Earth Day The Girl Scout PromiseOn my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law.The Girl Scout LawI will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout.The purpose of Earth Day is to make the world a better place.As Girl Scouts, we should take part in Earth Day activities and tell people about it so we actually can make the world a better place (like we say in our Girl Scout Law)!