In honor of Earth Day, CGS kindergarten classrooms launched a special family project aimed at promoting creativity and sustainability. Families were invited to create a craft using recycled items at home, emphasizing the importance of recycling and caring for the planet.

The project, which encouraged families to think creatively, allowed for a wide range of creations, from sculptures to toys, as long as they were primarily made from recycled materials. 

On April 22, students had the opportunity to showcase their family’s creations and share details about the materials used and the creative process behind them. The project aimed to be a fun and enriching experience for families, reinforcing the importance of recycling and environmental stewardship. 

As a 5-year-old kindergartner named Delaney said, “I was happy making it because I wanted to share it with my friends.” 

CGS kindergarten teachers express their gratitude to participating families for their enthusiastic involvement and commitment to teaching children about sustainable practices, highlighting the project’s role in promoting family engagement and igniting excitement for learning.