We found a great contemplative video showing the damaging effects of pollution in our oceans. Watch A Whale’s Tale and reflect on what you see. Take a look at the questions below after watching the video; how many can you answer? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFPoIU5iiYQ) What sea animals...

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” -Albert Einstein Let’s go on an outdoor scavenger hunt! Use our checklist of things to look for. After your search, what was your favorite thing that you found?  Outdoor Scavenger Hunt   Image by Valiphotos from Pixabay....

Sammy and Bernie learn all about pollution on their journey to Ong Island. They experience the harm that pollution causes our wildlife. Sammy wants to educate people on the damage of pollution and to raise awareness to protect our wildlife. Check out this fun activity...

We challenge you to become a Planet Protector! The United States Environmental Protection Agency created a mission so that you can take a step in making the world healthier and less polluted. To view your assignments, click here to access all the activities that guide...

I think that everybody can agree that a LOT of stuff has happened throughout the ten months that we have been stuck in 2020. This has been a weird year, with lots of changes to our daily lives. While lockdowns and quarantine procedures have been...

Craft time is the best time! National Geographic has a great video series called Kids vs. Plastic. There are lots of different crafts to choose from. Will you choose to make a t-shirt tote or a repurposed jeans pencil case? Tag us on Facebook to showcase...

If you remember our first blog post, you already know that all plastic is created by heating small plastic pellets. Now, try to imagine what serious harm millions of tiny plastic pellets could do when they pollute our waterways and oceans. When marine and wildlife...

Instead of having to use to-go cups and plastic water bottles, a great replacement is to get a reusable cup! You can get lots of fun, personalized ones, and they typically keep your beverage colder/hotter for a longer time than plastic to-go cups/water bottles! A single trip to...

The world produces an exorbitant amount of plastic. As seen in the graph “Global plastics production, 1950 to 2015”, since 1950, plastic production has skyrocketed up to 350 million tons. (1 ton is 2,000 pounds, so that means 700 billion pounds!)   Considering the world population...

Plastic has completely consumed our lives. But what is it exactly?   The Encyclopedia Britannica says “Plastic is polymeric material that has the capability of being molded or shaped, usually by the application of heat and pressure.” Okay. Stay with me...