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Celebrate Earth Day With Literacy Daily

by Clare Maloney
 | Apr 19, 2017

Young Child With Sunflower_300wEnvironmental literacy is the key to preserving the Earth's natural resources, creating laws and jobs that help protect them, and understanding out why it's so vital that we, as a global community, are proactive in doing so.

Project-based learning, innovative technology, and texts that are both informative and fun help us become greener global citizens. Use the following ILA resources and tips to help you bring these issues into the classroom as you celebrate Earth Day on April 22.

Follow @ILAToday and tell us how you are incorporating #EarthDay in your classroom.

Clare Maloney is an intern at the International Literacy Association. She is currently seeking a BA in English from the University of Delaware.

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