Earth Day is coming and you may be in need of some great Earth Day Books to integrate into your classroom. Check out our Earth Day Books for Kindergarten with links to grab the books or check out our Earth Day videos for kids to watch the books online.
If you are looking for some Earth Day Lesson plans, you can grab some ideas, inspiration, and printables right here.
Earth Day Books for Kindergarten
First, we have a responsibility to do what is best and our actions have consequences. This book is a great way to talk about how we can all make the world a better place. Check out the book called, What If Everyone Did That? by Ellen Javernick. You can find it here on Amazon.
Next, are you looking for a book that young learners can start to read independently? Biscuit’s Earth Day Celebration by Alyssa Satin Capucilli may be a great choice. Grab some simple Earth Day ideas for a young child.
You can find it here on Amazon.
Finally, check out this Robin Hill School series book called Earth Day by Margaret McNamara. This book focuses on a student named Emma who doesn’t think her Earth Day ideas are not good enough. But what if even the smallest ideas are helpful? You can grab this book here on Amazon.
Check out the collection of Cloverleaf Books. They do an excellent job covering topics with great words and illustrations. Cloverleaf books are my go-to for nonfiction topics.
Let’s start with the big idea of Earth Day. This initial book covers reducing, reusing, and recycling to help the planet. Join the Earth Day club with the book Earth Day Every Day (Cloverleaf Books) by Lisa Bullard. You can grab it here on Amazon.
Then, we can move towards recycling. Recycling is a simple and wonderful way so many little learners can help the Earth. Get inspired to learn more about recycling in the book Rally for Recycling (Cloverleaf Books) by Lisa Bullard.
Then, once you talk about recycling, we can talk about how to reuse with the book Choose to Reuse (Cloverleaf Books) by Lisa Bullard. This Earth Day book discusses how to think about things before you throw them away and gives ideas for alternate ideas. If you are interested, look here on Amazon.
Next, we can dive deeper into ways to be planet protectors with the Earth’s water. One big takeaway is how much water the Earth has, but how little of it is actually useable. You can dive deeper into the water with the book Watch Over Our Water (Cloverleaf Books) by Lisa Bullard and grab it here on Amazon.
And this book, Look Out for Litter (Cloverleaf Books) by Lisa Bullard. You can grab it here on Amazon. This book dives into the litter and how you can take care of litter the right way. What a fun Earth Day video for kids!
Why Should I Series on Earth Day
Another series of books you need to add to your Earth Day Book List for kids includes the Why Should I Series. You will want to add them to your Earth Day Video list as well! Since so many people and children ask this same question, Why Should I Recycle? by Jen Green
It is here on Amazon.
Why Should I Save Water? by Jen Green
If you are looking for a title specifically on Energy, check out the title, Why Should I Save Energy? by Jen Green. It is here on Amazon. I have discovered that sometimes when we answer ONE question in science, it usually and excitedly leads to more questions.
Need More for Earth Day?
Check out these Earth Day Activities loaded with ideas and help with Earth Day lesson plans and printables.