Earth Day Giveaway - Eva Varga

April 7, 20158

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Over the past few weeks, I have written three distinct posts in honor of Earth Day. There are so many resources that you’ll surely find inspiration and ideas to incorporate Earth Day activities into your home or school curriculum.

In Honor of Dr Jane @EvaVarga.netIn Honor of Dr Jane: Every Individual Matters

My children and I have had the opportunity to meet Dr. Jane on several occasions. Her quiet demeanor and the strength of her conviction always inspire us to do more. Come learn more about the grassroots service learning branch of the Jane Goodall Institute.

It's Our Turn to Lead @EvaVarga.netIt’s Our Turn to Lead: Earth Day 2015

Earth Day is a reminder of what we should be doing all year long. As adults, it’s our job to teach our youth, to lead by example. Kids will follow in our footsteps once they understand the value in what they’re doing. In this post, I share a number of great volunteer opportunities for people of all ages.

Celebrate Earth Day @EvaVarga.netCelebrate Earth Day with Dover Publications

Utilizing a number of Dover Publications resources, I have put together a soil ecology unit study and I am delighted to share with you lesson plans and resources to celebrate Earth Day as well as incorporate soil science into your curriculum.

Earth Day Books and Music Giveaway

To inspire earth-friendly practices with your family, I’ve teamed up with several kid bloggers to bring you this awesome Earth Day giveaway. Several publishers have offered earth-themed books and music prizes for your Earth Day celebrations. Hopefully, these wonderful resources will inspire a love of nature in your children and motivate them to make a difference in the world. Amazon affiliate links are below for your convenience.

The Earth Day Giveaway co-hosts are:
Kids Yoga Stories, Mama Smiles, Spanish Playground, Creative World of Varya, Crafty Moms Share, The Piri Piri Lexicon, All Done Monkey, and Eva Varga



Water Rolls, Water Rises, by Pat Mora
Celebrate the wonders of the water on planet Earth with this poetic and illustrative bilingual book.

Call Me Tree, by Maya Christina Gonzalez
Act out this beautiful bilingual story following a young child mimicking the growth of a tree.

Kings & Queens of the Forest CD, by Kira Willey
Act out a journey to the forest with Kira Willey’s enchanting yoga-inspired music.

Imaginations 2, by Carolyn Clarke
Use guided imagery to explore nature while learning to calm the mind and body with these relaxation stories.

Sophia’s Jungle Adventure, by Giselle Shardlow
Join Sophia and her family on a jungle adventure while learning to appreciate jungle life and doing yoga along the way.

Every Day is Earth Day Kids Yoga Lesson Plan PDF, by Next Generation Yoga
Create an earth-themed yoga session with this kids yoga lesson plan.

Compost Stew, by Mary McKenna Siddals
Dig into composting with this engaging rhyming text.

Too Much Junk song, by Elska
Get inspired to enjoy nature and simplify your life with this new musical adventure.

Backyard Garden CD, by Earthworm Ensemble
Celebrate nature, green living, and gardening with this uplifting new music.

Earth Day Giveaway | Kids Yoga Stories


Change the World Before Bedtime, by Mark Kimball Moulton, Josh Chalmers, and Karen Good
Find out how the simple things in life that can inspire huge differences that change the world.

Picture a Tree, by Barbara Reid
Discover new ways to experience trees in this book with stunning imagery.

This Tree Counts, by Alison Formento and Sarah Snow
Practice counting with animals that live in trees.

Miss Fox’s Class Goes Green, by Eileen Spinelli and Anne Kennedy
Join Miss Fox as she teaches her forest animal students how to go green.

In the Garden with Dr. Carver, by Susan Grigsby and Nicole Tadgell
Step into the historical world of Dr. Carver as he teaches children about gardening.

What’s So Special About Planet Earth?, by Robert E. Wells
Learn how planet Earth is different from other planets.

Polar Bear, Why is Your World Melting?, by Robert E. Wells
Learn why and how the world is getting warmer and what we can do about it.

Earth Day Giveaway | Kids Yoga Stories


Earth Day CD and Recycled Musical Activities eBook, by Daria Marmaluk Hajioannou
Sing and dance to catchy folk music to celebrate our beautiful rainbow world.

Nature Anatomy, by Julia Rothman
Take a look at nature in a new way with this book that explains all about the nature with sketches.

Catch the Wind, Harness the Sun, by Michael J. Caduto
Learn about renewable energy with 22 activities on producing and using it.

Ecology eBook – Ecology Explorations, by Eva Varga
Explore your local ecosystems with this hands-on ten-week life science curriculum.

When the Animals Saved Earth, by Alexis York Lumbard
Read a tale about how animals teach humans to restore balance in nature.

Just Like Me, Climbing a Tree, by Durga Yael Bernhard
Explore trees all over the world and see what a child sees when climbing those trees

Earth Day Giveaway | Kids Yoga Stories


The Garden Classroom Journal, by Nurture Store
Download this free Garden Classroom journal to record your gardening experiences.

Garden Journal

Some of the resources above were given to us bloggers free for review, but the decision to include them in the giveaway was entirely our own. Please read the full Contest Rules below for details.

We look forward to your entries. Thank you for taking the time to participate in our giveaway. Please let me know if you have any questions or problems with the Rafflecopter tool below by sending me an e-mail at giselle at kidsyogastories dot com.

Earth Day Giveaway

To enter the contest, sign in using your Facebook or e-mail account and click on the different ways to enter. You can enter every day, using this Rafflecopter online giveaway tool.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Contest Rules:

  1. Entries are open worldwide.
  2. You can be any age to enter.
  3. Participation in the contest constitutes that you agree to the Contest Rules.
  4. Please enter using the Rafflecopter tool above, obtaining points as follow the different options.
  5. You can enter every day.
  6. No purchase is necessary.
  7. You must enter the contest giveaway with a valid e-mail address. The winner will be notified by e-mail, and at that time, we will request a mailing address. The winner must respond within 72 hours, or we will pick a different winner. The shipping of the books and CDs can take some time, depending on the winner’s location. Each publisher will ship the books separately and will cover the shipping costs.
  8. If you have any questions, e-mail Giselle directly at giselle at kidsyogastories dot com.
  9. The contest closes on Tuesday, April 15th, 2015, midnight EST.


  • Elizabeth F.

    April 7, 2015 at 7:27 am

    For Earth Day we will be picking out fruit trees to place on our property. It will help the Earth by: 1. No trucking of our fruit. 2. Give the bees more flowers to pollinate. And 3. Since we can our own fruit we keep waste from going in to landfills.

    • Eva Varga

      April 7, 2015 at 7:30 am

      That’s awesome, Elizabeth! We have a lemon tree that is very productive! I love being able to get fresh lemons whenever we want one. 🙂

  • Kathleen P.

    April 7, 2015 at 11:43 am

    We moved into our house last June and did not even look at planting anything, lol. I think this year, we will grow some tomato plants and plant a few trees.

  • Jenny

    April 7, 2015 at 1:40 pm

    I had trouble logging on with FB, but could enter by doing my email – just an FYI

  • Emily

    April 7, 2015 at 9:59 pm

    We’ll be adding more mulch to our already-mulched yards to conserve water, and we too will be planting a fruit tree! We have a baby loquat in a pot, so we’ll be transplanting it into the ground. Hoping to espalier it as we have very limited space!

  • Anna L.

    April 10, 2015 at 5:42 pm

    We attend an event at a local county park every Earth Day. They provide lots of educational activities for kids, including a hike along the bay. One year, they even had a truck that picked up e-waste. For every item you brought in you got a raffle ticket to win tickets to the local aquarium.

  • Sunni

    April 11, 2015 at 6:21 pm

    I am hoping to take my granddaughter to a local earth day scavenger hunt and garden tour.

  • Wehaf

    April 12, 2015 at 1:13 pm

    If I won, I would love to donate these books to the local ESL program.

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