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(Image Copyright 2012 Kim Upton)
Today I sent out my first social media blast to drum up support for our new group. It will be exciting to see how it grows organically, and to meet other families who are interested in being a part of Planet Earth Scouts.…Continue
Added by Kimberly Upton on August 11, 2012 at 6:41am — No Comments
Earning badges is the number one fun activity for Planet Earth Scouts. Planet Earth Scouts is about learning 'sustainable stewardship' and the 4 Pillars of the Earth Charter provide a framework to develop…Continue
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In April we are kicking off a partnership with the Children & Nature Network with the Let's GO (Get Outside) campaign.
What is Let’s G.O.!?…
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365 Ways to Live Green for Kids: Saving the Environment at Home, School, or at…Continue
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I just started a NEW blog that I intend to upkeep about me and my family's life.
My first post was all about Earth Scouts! I can't wait to see what others have to say about it...
Take Care all! Enjoy! Pamela :)
I just wanted to share a blog post of a recent project our ES group did for a great organization that happens to be local to us. The organization is Share Your Soles, and the kids collected shoes as part of their work towards their Human Rights badge.
Here's the link:…Continue
Added by Christine M. on February 24, 2011 at 10:01pm — No Comments
I am truly inspired by the Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute and NW Parks and Rec, for their commitment to making our area better for everyone, and for providing wonderful opportunities and events for the community and schools to participate in.
I would love to hold an Earth Scouts Festival here in the next few months, not only to promote the group and this wonderful community around the world, but also to provide kids with resources to become the wonderful people they can be.…Continue
Added by Lynn O'Brien on February 25, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Did you know that you can make paper yourself? For many years paper was made by hand and therefore was very expensive. People treated it with great care, and never threw it away. They always saved it after they used it, and made new paper from it. Paper can be made from wood, cotton rags, linen fabric, grass,…Continue
Our group hosted a BeadParty and raised $413 for BeadforLife, an organization that helps impoverished African women. The kids helped sort the boxes of jewelry, set up for the party, make signs and collect the money. It didn't cost us anything to host it- even shipping both ways is free. Info can be found…Continue
I know many of us have experienced finding a stray crayon, broken in pieces, lying around the house. No wrapper, just the crayon. If you're like me, some of you put them in a box or bag, setting them aside for some future art project. Some that are in better condition can be donated or given away, but for those lost little pieces, what to do with them?
Our girls were given a wonderful little device, a Crayola Crayon Maker, yesterday and have made 15 crayons so far! Their…Continue
Added by Alicia Dziak on January 7, 2011 at 10:53am — No Comments
Is your Earth Scout Family homeschooling or considering homeschooling? If so then the Global Village School is worth checking into. Global Village offers a progressive, accredited, customizable K-12 homeschooling program featuring online and text-based curriculum with individualized teacher service.…Continue
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