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Thursday, May 6, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
Buddies! We need your help ASAP! There has been a huge oil spill in the Atlantic Ocean by New Orleans and Pesto is wondering if anyone has any ideas about how EcoBuddies can help the animals and fish by the spill.
Please post your comments and let us know ok?
Thursday, April 22, 2010
After a busy contest, EcoBuddies is SO proud to announce that we have two winners for our Earth Day Scavenger Hunt for BC! The winners are:
First Prize ($150 gift certificate to bookstore): Lake Hill Elementary School in Victoria!
Second Prize ($50 gift certificate to bookstore): Kelowna Elementary School!
All participants will get EcoBuddies stickers and posters sent to their school classroom!
Hope you had a blast and learned all about the amazing animals featured in the Scavenger Hunt!
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Earth Day Scavenger Hunt for BC Elementary School Classrooms
This Earth Day, Thursday April 22, 2010, between 9am and 2pm, EcoBuddies is challenging BC Elementary School classrooms to a Scavenger Hunt that focuses on Endangered Animals! Use one or several computers to log into EcoBuddies (www.ecobuddies.com) with your classroom and search the green-inspired world of EcoBuddies for answers to the clues listed below. Teachers, please email your answers to email@example.com with the name of your school and grade of your class.
FIRST PRIZE: The classroom that emails the correct answers to the clues first will get a $150 gift certificate to a bookstore of their choice!
SECOND PRIZE: The classroom that correctly answers the clues in second place will receive a $50 gift certificate to a bookstore of their choice!
PARTICIPATION PRIZE: Each classroom that participates will get EcoBuddies posters and stickers for their classroom.
Answers to the clues will be distributed throughout the EcoBuddies world on April 22, 2010 (not before this date). Look for the animals that match the clues, click on the animal, and get the information needed to answer the clue. Note: For time's sake, no answers will be in the Eco-Explorer's Hut due to the large amount of school content classroom's would have to go through within the hut.
If you do not have time to create log-in accounts for yourself of your class please email EcoBuddies at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 604-568-5189 and we will make up ten accounts for you.
Earth Day Scavenger Hunt Clues for BC Elementary School Classrooms
This Scavenger Hunt is based on giving students information about some of the world's top endangered animals, as well as ways to protect animals in the future. Kids will learn about these animals, as well as ways to protect the animals in the future. Kids will get information about these animals when they click on the animal and search for answers to the clues!
Earth Day Scavenger Hunt Clues:
1. The Vaquita is the smallest __________ (fill in the blank).
2. How many pounds are the Pink Amazon River Dolphin's babies?
3. Where does the Sumatran Orangutan sleep?
4. Tigers like to __________ (fill in the blank).
5. What game do young Mountain Gorillas like to play?
6. Bonobo Monkey's are known as the __________ of the Chimpanzee family (fill in the blank).
7. How do African Elephants help plants to grow?
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Penguins are amazing creatures! Here are some awesome facts about them!
1. Penguins spend half of their life in the ocean!
2. In 25 mya (like, a long time ago, like THOUSANDS of years ago) there were 5 foot penguins! Ah!
3. Both mom and dad penguins take care of baby chicks, keeping them warm and snuggled in a pouch by their feet.
3. When penguins are swimming in the water they move like birds flying through the air- this shows how amazing and graceful they are as swimmers!
Saturday, January 16, 2010
This blogspost is from Caramel, Julia1 and Molly4s blog The Green Buddies Group. They have lots of really cool information and are very caring! Check it out at http://greenbuddiesgrope.blogspot.com/2010/01/eco-buddies.html#comments
Thursday, December 17, 2009
WOW! CHECK OUT WHAT THIS SUPER COOL SCHOOL DID TO HELP PANDAS!
Students and staff members at Sky Vista Middle School have raised more than $1,200 in pennies for the Pennies 4 Pandas program, which benefits the endangered giant panda. The money will be used to replant bamboo forests in China which were destroyed by the May 2008 earthquake. Bamboo is the giant panda’s primary food source.
Sixth-grader Dylan Hobson brought in 7,000 pennies by himself!
“It made me feel really good because I knew I was making a difference in the world,” said Hobson. “It took a while though. I had two backpacks full of pennies and they were so heavy!”
Eighth-grader Kiana Mun-Williams said she learned that giant pandas are an important part of the earth’s ecosystem and was glad to help them.
“Pandas are adorable and we don’t need anymore extinct animals,” Mun-Williams said. “We worked as a team and had fun.”
Students, teachers or organizations who would like information or want to participate in Pennies 4 Pandas can go to www.pennies4pandas.org or call (303) 933-2365. General information about the history, mission and programs of Pandas International can be found at www.pandasinternational.org
This is sooooo cute. Check it out. Pandas International is a wonderful organization that helps kids and adults support Pandas! Pandas are an endangered animal so they need lots of love and support!
Check out the organization by clicking here: http://www.pandasinternational.org
I am wondering if you can tell me how to be green on Christmas... like, for example, what types of things we can do to make sure that we do not throw lots of stuff away. Let me know what you think, ok? I will post all of your responses on my blog!
Stay Cool and Go Green!
Stay Cool and Go Green!