Sophia has been observing miraculous metamorphosis in her garden. This Earth Kid keenly recorded the Life Cycle of the Cabbage White Butterfly. Sophia’s butterfly took 37 days to complete the entire life cycle, from egg laying to metamorphosis! Sophia’s Butterfly Story The Cabbage White flitted about the vegetable garden, looking for a spot to lay… Continue reading Observing Miraculous Metamorphosis
Plants, Animals, Habitats, Ecosystems, Food Webs
Vote for Nature!
It is World Environment Month What does “ENVIRONMENT” mean to YOU? It’s where I live It’s everything familiar to me It’s everything green around me – plants and nature It’s all the living things and non-living things in the world It’s Biodiversity It’s the man-made things and the Earth we live on ENVIRONMENT in academic… Continue reading Vote for Nature!
Water Water Everywhere…
Water, water everywhere – but for how long? The Earth consists mostly of water – consider the many huge oceans and seas, the rivers, streams, glaciers, dams and lakes. These water sources are all part of something Greater – the miraculous water cycle! Choosing a Water Theme for a Biodiversity Party is therefore a great… Continue reading Water Water Everywhere…
Stop Importing Birds!
People must stop importing exotic birds, says Jeremy Schack. This causes an imbalance in the food chain when exotic birds disrupt the very existence of indigenous birds. These visitors force native birds from their ecosystems, threatening their livelihoods. Jeremy is an Earth Kid who has been stuck in France during the global Covid 19 lockdown.… Continue reading Stop Importing Birds!
Dear David Attenborough
Dear David Attenborough. Please will you come to my Biodiversity Party as my guest speaker and as the most famous, most kind man on the Planet? I want you to give the main speech at my party for Nature. Amelia is an Earth Kid and this was her message to the man himself, last week,… Continue reading Dear David Attenborough
Once Upon a Time
Once upon a time there was a little girl with long brown hair who lived in a beautiful old house with her 12 brothers and sisters, her mom and dad, a hutch of rabbits, 4 dogs and some cats too. This little girl was called Sophia. She loved animals (especially bunnies!), her garden and baking… Continue reading Once Upon a Time
Biodiversity is our Lifeblood
Earth Kids concentrated on Biodiversity during May – the month of Biological Diversity. The epitome of education in nature, for environment. The more we sit in Nature and admire her perfection, the more we will love her. We need to re-instill a respect for Nature that we take into the future. What is Biodiversity? Biodiversity… Continue reading Biodiversity is our Lifeblood
Saving Global Biodiversity
Saving Global Biodiversity – should we bother? What is so important about the Earth’s biological diversity? We live in such uncertain times: the Coronavirus, climate change, wars and starvation. Surely worrying about saving global biodiversity is just too much? Wrong! Saving global biodiversity will save the human race. Our very existence depends on it. And… Continue reading Saving Global Biodiversity