Have a meeting. Invite anyone who wants to help the earth through writing.
Ask an adult to be your club leader.
Brainstorm writing projects that will get your message out, give people
more information, or remind them their help is needed to make our planet a
healthier place. (There is a list to get you started on this website).
Name your club (i.e. The Lawrencetown Earthwriters Club) and design a logo
(a picture just for your club). Decide when and where you will meet.
At your meetings, talk about what you will write and how to do it. Help
each other. Read your writing. Give helpful suggestions. Read books about
ways kids can help the Earth and about the plants and animals that need
your help. Share that information in your writing and drawing.
Get your message out. Read it to others, hang it up on your fridge. Ask
for permission to hang it in your school or classroom or in the public
library. (Remember to make it as free from errors as you can!)
You can email me (firstname.lastname@example.org)
to let me know how you are doing and to share your writing.
Have fun and remember:
“When you touch the earth you show you