An Earth-friendly activity for the kids
Posted Oct. 30, 2013 / Posted by: Carrie Mann
As much as we adults love the natural world and work to protect it for our own enjoyment, it’s our children and grandchildren who have the most to gain from the choices we each make to protect the Earth. And it’s our children and grandchildren who have the most to lose if we fail.
So we’re putting the call out to children, inviting them to participate in the Art for the Earth project -- an opportunity for kids of all ages to draw and write about what the Earth means to them.
For your child or grandchild to participate, click here to receive our FREE participation kit, available while supplies last. All children who send in a drawing or painting expressing their love of nature will receive a set of animal-themed stickers. And for each drawing submitted your child will be entered in a raffle for one of these educational toys (click to see photos of prizes).
But what's more, Art for the Earth is an opportunity for your children to share their love of nature across generations.
Original art will be sent to loyal Friends of the Earth supporters so they can see first hand what their generosity on behalf of the Earth means to the next generation of nature lovers.
To participate just click here to receive our FREE participation kit (while supplies last).
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