Highlight conservation and care for the environment with our Earth Day reading comprehension scavenger hunt puzzle. The completed puzzle posters will brighten your classroom walls or bulletin boards. Learn about the history of Earth Day, climate change, recycling, the tiny island of Tokelau that uses 100% renewable energy, conserving marine life, and more! Earth Day is celebrated each year on April 22, and this resource would also suit a study on conservation and the environment.
Now includes a digital paperless option, perfect for distance learning. Students complete activities to earn puzzle pieces and produce a beautiful Earth Day puzzle poster. Easy to use with Google Classroom, Seesaw, or Microsoft One Drive.
This resource would suit a study on conservation, the environment, sustainability, and Earth Day.
This activity is great for individuals, pairs, or as a small group activity. Engage your students’ artistic flair with the wide range of activities provided in this resource.
The purpose of this resource is to provide an interactive and engaging way to learn about Earth Day and conservation. This activity involves reading comprehension strategies such as cloze reading (using context clues), organizing information, and finding specific details.
As students read the fact cards, they have to hunt for information. This information-seeking process will involve reading and re-reading of the clue cards. The activity, therefore, mirrors the close reading skills you will be teaching your students throughout the year.
The students then synthesize their knowledge and understanding using the Earth Day puzzle poster activity.
In our Recycling and Conservation reading comprehension puzzle you will receive:
- Eight Fact Cards
- Eight puzzle pieces with a range of reading comprehension activities
- Ten central earth designs – choose the one that suits your location.
- Answer sheets
These puzzles come in two sizes. Choose the size that fits your purpose!