Red staffer, Jen Kwiatek has some great ideas of how teens can celebrate Earth Day 2010 over at beRed on AOL.  Share these ideas with your students or create activities for them to participate in.  Either way, it’s a good thing to teach our students about the value of caring for God’s creation.

Fringe Editor

Some people only get involved in the environment on Earth Day. Don’t get me wrong … every little bit helps. But you can make Earth Day every day by just making a few changes in your daily routine. Not only will you be helping the environment, but you will probably save some money in the long run and live a much happier, healthier life. Here are eight ways that you can go green.