Not everyone can be a superhero in the fight against pollution and the exploitation of planet Earth’s resources. However, celebrating Earth Day can still be a productive, interesting and extremely enjoyable event that will help you learn more and have a great time overall.
Earth Day is on April the 22nd, and it marks the inception of the modern environmental protection movement that was started in the early 1970s. The idea behind Earth Day is to have a day in which we celebrate our planet and the many, rich and invaluable gifts that it gives us on a daily basis.
Spending Earth Day with your family doing organic lawn care is a great way to fully enjoy the day and bring happiness to your children as well. You can visit a natural sanctuary or a place like an aquarium, or you can simply stay home and invent a few fun and exciting games to learn about the environmental movement and the best ways to protect the planet.
Trivia games and activities like gardening can also help a great deal to teach your children about the cycles of the Earth and how to help the planet maintain balance in the face of pollution and other problems that might threaten the integrity of our ecosystems.