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Suggestions for Including Youth

Youth groups can add messages to letters being sent to representatives in Congress.

Ask youth to draw pictures of the earth with a message to their elected leaders asking them to protect our planet and do our part as members of the world community. Include note with letter to members of Congress that messages from youth in the congregation’s religious education classes are included.

Visit the Global Warming Kids Site.

New Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth Children’s Religious Education Curriculum!

We Are All Connected: 7th Principle Butterfly and Creepy Crawlies RE Lessons by Stefani Scott.  It is a wonderful series of 10 lessons available in either CD format for $20 or in paper for $25.  Each lesson has step-by-step instructions on preparation, materials needed, and how to conduct the lesson with chalice lighting, opening words, closing thoughts and resources to develop each lesson further. The lessons engage children with stories, fun crafts, music or other hands-on activities.  Illustrations in the booklet were designed so that children could be creative and color in their own creepy crawlies.

Children will learn how to feed butterflies, where dragonfly babies live, and how to race hermit crabs.  They will learn to love creepy crawlies and grow in understanding of how important each creature is to the fragile web of life.  The resource may be ordered online or by mail using the downloadable order form.

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Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.

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