Spring is in full gear here in the South! Cool mornings, warm days and rain showers are the staples of the season around here. This year April is a busy month full of Easter fun, Earth Day and all the springtime goodness we love this time of year. I’m going to help you get a jump start on your April plans and share my favorite April classroom activities!
My tried and true print and go units are like a one stop shop for everything the month has to offer! The April pack includes over 50 worksheets covering April Fool’s Day, Earth Day, Arbor Day, Easter, and spring. Grab it now and use it all month long for whole group lessons, extra skill practice, for morning work, as an early finisher activity, or with a sub.
Want something easy to do this year for Earth Day? These worksheets are exactly what you need! With ELA and math skill pages included, your students can learn about Earth Day while practicing important skills. This packet is focused on what Earth Day is (and how it started) and what pollution is/does to our Earth.
Earth Day is on April 22nd this year so you have plenty of time to prepare some fun activities! Whether you want something simple focused on the holiday (like the print-and-go worksheets above) or you want to dive deeper, I’ve got you covered. Check out these bestsellers to use in the month of April.
This unit is a great fit with your Earth Day studies! This resource contains activities about land, water and air pollution, renewable and nonrenewable resources and how humans impact the world around us. This is a full unit with over 10 days of lessons and activities, and a whopping 90 pages! Fun fact: it is one of my top 3 best-selling units in my TPT store! 😊
With all the Earth Day talk of conservation, April is a great time to study Earth’s natural resources. This engaging, 10-day unit includes everything you need for a thorough study. An interactive digital version made for use with Google slides is included.
You can get these two units in a money-saving bundle here!
The weather is getting warmer, plants begin to bloom, and spring animals abound. April is a great time to bring in those seasonal resources! Here are some of my favs to use throughout the spring.