Earth Day Gifts / February 25, 2019 / Blanche Durham
She frequents the salon for nails hair and skin treatments and knows the latest designer names. A shopping spree to the local outlet mall would be a dream come true to this woman and even a gift card to Amazon.com would be enough to keep her brain pumping considering all the possibilities of things she could purchase with that card. Martha Stewart mom is a jack of all trades. She can bake a cake rub out stains and knows her way around a power drill. There is not much that she cannot do. She is super woman in a cape. This mom likes anything that can make homemaking easier. Items like kitchen gadgets light tools and anything powered by a motor will likely make her smile. Let us not forget electronics like netbooks laptops and tablet computers which can help with quick recipes keeping in contact with distant family and the latest episodes on DIY. There you have it the best Mother s Day gifts are sometimes as easy as matching your mom s personality type with her favorite past times. You can go on from there and figure out some pretty nifty gifts to make your mom smile. Want more ideas of personalized Mother s Day gifts? See below.
Providing children with holiday related crafts especially for lesser known or observed holidays like Earth Day can really help them to get a sense of what the day should mean to them and at a time when lack of natural resources and damage to the environment are such strong topics Earth Day is a great place to start implementing such educational projects and crafts. What is Earth Day? While you have probably heard the words "Earth Day" did you know there are two observations of Earth Day? The United Nations celebrates on the equinox; hundreds of countries celebrate Earth Day annually on April 22nd.
Tin cans paper shreddings crayon shavings and other recycled or recyclable materials can be used to depict a scene or a drawing that shows something to do with Earth Day can be equally stimulating. You may also wish to gather a classroom full of children and create a mural with each child participating by adding to a large picture that shows what Earth Day means to them or what they can do to help protect and preserve the earth. The mural can hang on one wall of the classroom for several weeks to remind the children of the importance of Earth Day and what it represents.