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Celebrate Earth Day with Tips from  Little Passports
Celebrate Earth Day with Tips from  Little Passports
Our global adventure wouldn’t be possible without a globe to explore. It’s up to each of us to learn about our planet and keep it healthy. It should be no surprise, then, that Earth Day is one of our favorite holidays! This year, people all over the globe will gather in their communities to celebrate. 


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  There are many Earth Day celebrations around the world which focus on helping cities switch to these sustainable energy sources and becoming “green” cities.
Sustainable energy sources are ones that can replenish themselves (such as wind and water) and would have a smaller impact on the environment

With a focus on sustainable energy, the Saskatchewan Environmental Society in Canada is holding the “25 Acts of Energy Conservation” campaign. They are challenging people at home and in schools to take 25 steps to save energy and water and to reduce waste. In an effort to help people stay on track, the society will be posting daily tips. They are even holding a contest for the top 25 acts!

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In the United States, schools celebrate Earth Day (April 22) by planting trees and cleaning public parks to create public awareness about ways we can keep the Earth healthy. Here are a few simple ways Sam and Sofia (the cute Little Passports characters) try to keep Earth clean.

• Reduce – use less electricity and water
• Reuse – use things like aluminum bottles to carry drinking water instead of buying plastic bottles
• Recycle – dispose of paper and plastic in “recyclable” baskets so they can be made into new materials, using less energy

If you loved this information, check out the Little Passports Blog for more fun learning opportunities to share with your kids and maybe even get them started with a subscription of their own! (15% Off New Subscriptions at Little Passports Now – 4/8 with code: HAPPY5)
*This post is sponsored by little passports   but all opinions are my own 
**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. 


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