Earth Day was first celebrated on April 22, 1970 and has been an important day ever since. If we don’t take steps now to try and repair the damage being caused to nature, there might not be much of a world left to pass on to our children.
Earth Day is a time to make a difference! It is never too early to start teaching children the importance of keeping our planet clean and learning how to reduce, reuse, and recycle. It is the best time to help them appreciate Mother Earth in all her glory. Thus keeping the ‘Heal the Earth, Heal our Future’ ideology in mind, the children of Early Years spent their day in the lap of Mother Nature, watering plants, conducting ‘Save Earth’ rallies in school and preparing various Craft takeaways from paper waste.
It was invigorating to see the children so passionate about preserving their invaluable Mother Earth and pledging to keep her glory alive.