and the Earth Day Canopy Project, “which plants trees that help communities – especially the world’s impoverished communities – sustain themselves and their local economies. Trees reverse the impacts of land degradation and provide food, energy and income, helping communities to achieve long-term economic and environmental sustainability.” (quote from the Earth Day Network website)
These are just two ways to do something to make a difference on Earth Day, and there are plenty of Earth Day celebrations, events, and activities happening across the globe. A google search for your area is a great way to find an event near you.
With Earth Day just around the corner, Playful Planet took the camera and asked kids what earth Day means to them! Check out this YouTube montage…only from the mouths of babes can such honest and open answers come forth and make us think.
Storyland Yoga is a nationally recognized, Award-Winning kid’s yoga video that features easy yoga poses for beginners and a story that engages children by motivating them to do yoga as they imitate animal poses and other kids. Whether you’re a concerned mom, teacher or grandparent, this video is a wonderful investment in your child’s future health and development. When practiced regularly, yoga benefits children and has proven to increase concentration, clarity, calmness and even grades.