21 Apr

Planting Seeds for Earth Day

Planting Seeds Earth Day

Children in our Parenting & Child Development program planted seeds in honor of Earth Day

The socialization classes, which are geared toward children 0-3 years old and their parents, involve activities that nurture age-appropriate development.

For Earth Day, that meant decorating planters out of recycled bottles, filling them with soil and planting seeds in them.  The group also did an activity honoring the four elements of earth, air, wind and fire.

These activities encouraged parents as well as children to be good stewards of the earth.

In addition, children in grades K-3 who participate in our after school program learned about conservation and created a mural in honor of Earth Day.

Earth Day 2018

Children and parents worked together to decorate planters made from recycled water bottles.

Earth Day 2018

The children planted seeds and will watch them grow in the coming weeks.

Earth Day 2018

A display includes native seeds, a drum, a seashell, and other items to represent the elements of earth, air, fire and water.

Rain didn’t stop the Earth Day festivities


Students in the After School program work on a mural for Earth Day

Students in the After School program show off their Earth Day mural

04 May

Earth Day Celebration

Earth Day Activities

LSA families celebrate Earth Day with activities for every age

April 22, 2016 – LSA families celebrated Earth Day with activities that focused on the beauties and bounties of our planet.  Parents in the Language Exchange class and children in homework help worked on a mapping project – discussing natural resources from around the world.  Toddlers in our Parenting and Child Development program explored textures of objects from nature and made a special field trip to Thomas Jefferson Park to continue their discoveries.

Earth Day Celebration


Earth Day Celebration


Earth Day Celebration


Earth Day Celebration