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What’s the solution to soil pollution? From where does it come? Find out what you can do to preserve and protect the Earth.
Soil pollution is all around! Toxic pesticides are spread on lawns and farms. Industries empty sludge and pollutants into the air, soil, and water. Atomic, toxic, and hazardous waste is dumped into landfills. Ask students why soil pollution is such a critical worldwide issue.
Students research and brainstorm ways to erase soil pollution, locally and globally. Interview experts including farmers and environmental specialists. Recycling, not using harsh chemicals on plants, and controlling runoff on hillsides are just some of the ways to limit soil pollution. Students list all of their ideas with Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils on white paper. To make corrections, just erase!
Students choose one solution---something you feel strongly about and can do to help reduce soil pollution. Draw a vivid scene and clearly worded poster with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Show how we all can care for the environment.
Use the erasers to create special effects, such as windows in a factory. Take color away to create striking words or a large NO symbol. Remove color and replace it with another. Add texture and shading to the drawing by erasing, too.
Hang the poster where others can see--and heed--your urgent message! We only have one Earth!
People around the world give thanks for their food. Celebrate a harvest of pineapples, pumpkins, or pomegranates-and sho
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