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Root for Earth Week at The Goddard School of Randolph

Pre-K children share fun facts about why they love our Earth!
First Steps child making a tree bark art rubbing in the school's outdoor classroom.
Pre-K children bowling with recycled materials. Strike!
Pre-K teacher, Ms. Brianna, and her student showcasing their eagle piece for the school totem pole.
Pre-K children dressed up in recycled materials for the school's annual Recycled Fashion Show to celebrate Earth Day!
Children parading around the school during the Fashion Show. The Eagle classroom dressed to a medieval theme. Here, we have a Prince and Princess!
Another Pre-K child dressed as a dragon during our Recycled Fashion Show.
The Eagle class made nature sensory bins from materials picked from our outdoor classroom.
The Pre-K class made a water filtration system out of recycled materials.
Two girls testing the water filtration system.
A Pre-K student working on the totem pole before Kiddie Soccer!
The Mustang class getting ready to walk the runway at the Fashion Show.
Preschool teacher, Ms. Cassie, showing off their Polar Bear head for the totem pole with two of her students.
The finished totem pole sitting in the lobby of The Goddard School of Randolph.
A First Steps child parading around the school during the Recycled Fashion Show.
The Get Set class made vehicles out of recycled materials. This car was made out of an old diaper box.

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Goddard School of Randolph celebrated Earth Day with a week-long Root for Earth campaign. Our goals were to encourage a love of nature and an understanding of our responsibilities to the environment.

Pre-Kindergarten teacher, Ms. Brianna, planned and coordinated the week’s activities. These activities included a nature sensory bin, tree bark art rubbings, yard waste composting and a water filtration system.  The children also made a wormery, collected and measured rain water and participated in a school-wide “Lights out at Lunch” to teach the importance of conserving energy.

Our Earth Week was highlighted by two school events; an up-cycle challenge and a recycled fashion show.  During the up-cycle challenge, each class created a totem pole section by recreating their class mascot out of recycled materials.  The finished totem pole was a collaborative representation of the theme of the school of endangered animals.  Each class wore their best recycled ensembles collected throughout the week. 

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“Watching the children generate clean water through a filtration system they created themselves, assemble full costumes from recycled materials and build a school-wide totem pole was truly amazing. The teachers worked hard to communicate the importance of taking care of the Earth and the children enjoyed participating in each activity” explained Ms. Molly, Director of Education.

Please contact The Goddard School in Randolph at 973-584-1154 or at to learn more about the Root for Earth week and/or our summer and school year educational programming. 

You can also follow the school by visiting their Facebook page.


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