Earth Day

Grass planting   Tree planting

Acrostic
 
Earth, so beautiful and green
Areas full of beautiful trees
Rivers, so nice and blue
Trees giving shade from the sun
Hundreds of beautiful plants and animals
Dams full of water, ready to burst
Another month with more beautiful days
Year after year of everlasting natural beauty
 
By: Arthur van Campen, Year 8
Wind Spark
 
I dreamed
I was earth
In space
Rotating and orbiting
Slowly
 
By: Aisha Aminu, Year 9

 

In the garden   In the classroom

Onomatopoeic
 
The earth is full of wonders of nature
Rustling leaves, howling winds, whistling breezes,
Gurgling streams, tweeting birds, hissing volcanoes,
Splashing waves, cackling trees, plopping rain.
 
By: Andrea Melissa El Hajj, Year 6
Rhyming Verse
 
We need to take care of our Earth,
Because it’s where we will give birth
To the new generation,
Who will be in this location.
If we can keep it clean,
Our world will stay green
Our Earth Day is crucial,
We need the removal
Of all our waste,
Let’s make haste!
 
By: Sille Knudsen, Year 8

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