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Earth Day – Hooray!

Earth Day—Hooray!lesson (.pdf)
This book is in print and available.
whiteboard (SMART/.notebook)
whiteboard (ActivInspire/.flipchart)

Students listen to the book Earth Day—Hooray! and learn how incentives change people’s behavior. The students learn how characters in the book collect cans to sell to the recycling center and use the money they receive to buy flowers to plant in the park. In a classroom discussion of the story, students track the number of cans brought to school each day. Students evaluate scenarios to determine what behavior is being encouraged or discouraged and to identify whether the incentives are rewards or penalties. (Book written by Stuart J. Murphy / ISBN: 0-06-000129-1)

 

 

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