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Luis Munoz Marin
We decorated 500 bags!
About our project: By participating in the Earth Day Groceries Project, Luis Munoz Marin School helped promote environmental awareness in our community. In this activity, 4th-6th graders decorated large, paper grocery bags with drawings and environmental messages. The general manager at Stop & Shop displayed a lot of the bags inside the store and will also be bagging groceries with the decorated bags to their customers.
submitted on 4/8/2016
East Hampton Middle School
East Hampton, CTUSA
We decorated 450 bags!
About our project: During our advisory group, classes will be learning the history of Earth Day and promoting awareness by decorating bags for Stop and Shop in town.
submitted on 3/15/2016
Woodrow Wilson Middle School
We decorated 250 bags!
About our project: Our TEAM, 7A, participated in an Earth Day Awareness Day. My classes participated in the Grocery Bag project. The kids were very enthusiastic and the store managers received the concept readily! I can't wait until Sunday when our community goes shopping and sees what out Middle School students have done!
submitted on 4/19/2012
We decorated 100 bags!
About our project: I am a grade 2 teacher at Betances Elementary in Hartford CT. We decorate the paper grocery bags with information for Earth Day, and pictures on the bags. All the students enjoyed writing and drawing these wise words. I handed the bags out to the grade 2 teachers and two Kindergarten classes. When we were done I brought the bags back to the store to hand out to their customers on earth day.
submitted on 5/2/2010
Enfield Montessori School Girl Scouts
We decorated 200 bags!
About our project: The Girl Scout troop at the school headed up the project. They involved the 1st - 6th grade classes at the school to participate. The children loved doing the project and helping the word get out in the community regarding Earth Day and Reduce Reuse Recycle!
submitted on 5/6/2009