Barefoot Books and I have teamed up for an Earth Day Giveaway for Kids. 3 winners will be able to choose any book of their choice!
Here’s how you win:
1) Go to the Barefoot Bookstore here to select the book you want to win. Too lazy to click off my blog? I totally understand. Here’s a cheat sheet of what I’d pick myself:
Barefoot Book of Earth Tales
Learn how different cultures around the world set out to live in harmony with the natural world through seven folk tales. Each tale is followed by a hands-on activity that promotes green living and reinforces the eco-messages of the stories.
Track Billy and his grandfather as they dig the hard ground, sow rows of seeds, and keep them watered and safe from slugs. When harvest time arrives they can pick all the vegetables and fruit they have grown.
This card deck comes with 40 activities and games and an eight-page booklet with information on gardening tools, year-round plant care and garden safety.
Over in the Meadow
The popular English song comes with an CD audio singalong and animated video sung by Susan Reed.
Who’s in the Garden
In this delightful peek-a-boo board book, children are invited to look through the holes to see the busy creatures in the garden.
Win Earth Day Giveaways for Kids
2) Enter the Rafflecopter here:
3) When you leave a comment, please tell me the book you would like to win.
How do you celebrate Earth Day? I was shocked to discover my 5th grader did not even know that Earth Day existed. My oldest suggested, in jest, that we walk to flute or ride to school. It’s actually not a bad idea. We could definitely use more ideas!
p.s. I have pinned a collection of great ideas from my favorite bloggers for Earth Day on my Pinterest board. They are much better at coming up with food ideas, crafts and experiments to make Earth Day memorable than I am!
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