Earth Day Word Search and Sentence Fill In for Kids

air
animal
April
bike
bin
birds
blue
bottle
bulb
bus
can
car
care
change
clean
danger
day
dirty
drink
Earth
feeder
friend
garden
gas
glass
green
grow
habit
heat
help
hike
lake
land
lights
litter
local
nature
ocean
off
paper
planet
plant
poison
power
rain
rays
reduce
reuse
river
save
saving
seed
smoke
soil
solar
sun
toxic
trap
trash
tree
turn
walk
warm
waste
water
wind
worm
Smoke makes the air dirty.
The gas that a car burns makes the air dirty.
A green act is something you do to show you care for the Earth.
The polar bear is an animal that is in danger when winters are too warm.
Make it a habit to reduce and reuse when you can.
Plant a tree on Earth Day.
Plant a seed in a garden and watch it grow.
Earth Day is April 22.
Change to a light bulb that uses less power.
Put the glass bottle and the can in the blue bin.
Pick up litter and put it in a trash bin.
Turn off lights for Earth Hour to show you care about saving our planet.
Solar power uses the rays of the sun.
A greenhouse gas in the air can trap the heat from sun rays.
Walk, ride your bike, or take a bus instead of going in a car.
When you must go by car, give a friend a ride to help save gas.
As you hike, look around at the beauty of nature.
When you hike, be careful not to litter.
We have a feeder to help the birds.
A worm makes soil that helps a garden plant grow.
Rain falls on the land, runs into a lake or river, and flows back to the ocean.
Toxic waste can poison the water in a river or lake.
Toxic means poison.
You reduce waste when you reuse a glass bottle.
When you reduce the heat and water you use, you are saving the planet.
You help save a tree when you reuse paper.
Local means nearby or near where you live.
A windmill uses wind to make power in a clean way.
We need clean water to drink.
Reuse means to use again.
Eating local food that is grown near you is a good habit.
One way to reuse paper is to write on both sides, not just one.

The four words are missing from the sentences below.
Do you know where the words should go? Write them where they should go.

Eating food that does not come from far away is a good habit.

Turn off lights for Earth Hour to show you care about saving our planet.


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