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We will learn about endangered animals. We will remember The One and Only Ivan and how the animals were treated and how the story unfolded to take care of Ivan and Ruby. We will learn about animals today and ways to care for them and protect their habitats.
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Paint endangered species in my children’s after school art classes
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Students worked together to research wildlife in Brooklyn. We created a guidebook on ways to be kind to our Brooklyn animal friends.
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I will be getting people to pledge to be vegan for one day and post on their social medias to spread awareness on the diet and how impactful it is.
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We would like to beautify the environment around our school and community by making bird feeders. We will make the feeders in class and hang them around the school.
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We are going to raise money for endangered animals.
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Students covered pine cones with peanut butter and birdseed. They then hung the bird feeders with biodegradable string.
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The second grade students will study the lives and messages of three important environmental conservationists and activists: Jane Goodall, Greta Thunberg, and Daphne Sheldrick. They will then write a variety of opinion peices to share their understanding of the important work these woman have done and continue to do. The second grade students will also learn about Earth Day and what it means to 'live green'. They will then write, illustrate, and share persuasive essays to inspire others to show compassion for our wonderful natural world.
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On Earth Day 2019 we are going to visit our local conservation office to drop off materials and also talk to people who come in about the Red Wolf. Then we are headed out hiking with more materials and information to pass out. We will never stop speaking up to help save this species from the brink of extinction. They are losing their habitat and we need to change this. Together we can, Together we will!!!
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We are going to pass our flyers to help educate people about the red wild status in America.

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