Happy Easter!

 

 

 

Welcome to the Earth's Kids Easter Fun & Learning page!  We have great resources for preschool and elementary children, including songs and fingerplays, arts & crafts, as well as reading, writing, math, and even science and social studies!  You'll even find some videos, including a short animated film version of the Tale of Peter Rabbit, by Beatrix Potter.   Teachers, don't miss our selection of Easter and Spring related curriculum books!

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Reading
 

Easter Poems & Fingerplays
Nice selection of kid-friendly Easter poems, of varying lengths.  See also their Bunny Poems

Easter Bunny Thoughts

A cute poem that might inspire kids to write one of their own.  This page also includes lyrics to the song Easter Bunny Soft and White

 

Rechenka's Eggs
by Patricia Polacco
(Philomel Books, 1988. 30 pp.)

Babushka is known throughout all of Moskva for her beautifully painted eggs. She also has an eye for the wonders of nature, so it is no surprise when she befriends an injured goose she names Rechenka. But, when Rechenka turns over a basket of Babuska's specially prepared eggs, the reader is surprised by another wonder that saves the day!

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Lesson Plan

Printable Worksheet

 

Seven Eggs
by Meredith Hooper, Terry McKenna (Illustrator)

Whimsical book that introduces the idea that very different animals can hatch from eggs.  Simple enough for the youngest children, charming enough for first and second graders to enjoy -- especially the chocolate surprise.

 

 

Writing

 

Writing Ideas:
 

Write your own Rabbit Folk Tale or Myth.  How did rabbits get long ears?  Why do they hop? Live in a burrow?  How did the Easter Bunny get his start?  Visit the Scholastic Folk Tale Writer's Workshop for help getting started.  You might

 also enjoy their Fractured Fairytales page.

 

Easter

Egg hunts
Art
Sweet surprises
Toys
Eager children
Rabbits

 

Write an Acrostic Poem.   Choose a holiday word or phrase, like "Easter" or "Egg Hunt".  Write the letters vertically, down the side of the page.  Then, use each letter as the first letter in a new word that describes or is related to the first one.
 

 

Poetry Writing Resources Different exercises and ideas for ages K-8
 

Print Your own Lined Paper (decorated with Happy Easter Bunnies)
 

Lined Paper with Easter Basket

 

Spelling and Vocabulary Printables

Easter Spelling Maze
Easter Word Search (10 Words)
Easter Word Search
Easter Word Search
Easter Word Search
Crack the Code
Fill in the Missing Letter
Unscramble the Words
Circle the Correct Word
 Fill in the Missing Vowels
 Bunny Bingo, Printable Game Boards and Instructions

  Bunny Dominoes (adorable pictures!)

     Fill in the Words Puzzle
     Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle (Definitions)
     Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle (Definitions)
     Vocabulary Matching
     Multiple Choice Vocabulary
     Pronunciations: Write Word
     Pronunciations: Circle the Correct Spelling
     Pronunciations: Word Search Puzzle
     Spelling Review
 

 

 

Math

 

Egg Wrap (circumference, measurement & estimating)

Here's a fun exercise in estimating that is also a craft project!

 

Math Sheets from Ed Helper.com

     Easter Addition and Subtraction Worksheet
    
Easter More Difficult Math Problems Worksheet
    
Easter Math Stories (Grades 1-2)
    
Easter Math Stories (Grades 3-4)
    
Easter Math Stories (Grades 5-6)

 

 

Science

Plant some seeds!  Buy an assortment of seeds and potting soil.  Reuse old butter or cool whip tubs as pots (you could paint them with acrylic paints first, if you wish).   Have kids read the back of the seed packets to see how deep to plant each type of seed, how much light and water it requires, and how many days until germination and maturity.   Plant the seeds and label the containers with the seed type and the date planted.  Water the seeds.  Cover the containers with plastic wrap (you might need some rubber bands to help secure it) to help keep the soil warm and speed up germination.  Place the seeds somewhere warm, and make sure they have the proper amount of light once they sprout and begin to grow.

Kids can keep a journal or chart to record when each container of seeds sprouted, how fast they grew, and etc.   Have them graph the results and compare growth rates.  They could even sketch the different plants and/or take photographs.

All About Eggs

Kids know eggs don't really come from bunnies.  But few have stopped to consider all the different kinds of animals that DO lay eggs, and those that don't.   Get yourself a copy of Chickens Aren't the Only Ones, and read it to your children.  The illustrations are beautiful and amazing, and the book ably communicates the diversity of creatures that do lay eggs, from birds to insects to fish and beyond.  Even children as young as 3 will appreciate this book, however you may need to paraphrase some of the text and focus on discussing the pictures.  They will still get the idea, and the wonder.

Afterwards, create your own follow up activities.  Have children draw a picture of a creature that lays an egg.  Go outside to look for egg layers.  Take a field trip to an egg farm or an egg processing plant.  Older children could even do a report on the journey an egg undergoes to come to our table.

For even more egg-citing ideas, check out this page of Oviparous Animals lesson ideas for Preschoolers.

Egg and Embryo Development

A nice page from Enchanted Learning with plenty of explanation and even diagrams.  Includes printouts and worksheets.

 

Mixing Food Colors to Dye Eggs

Students will explore which colors need to be mixed to create desired colors.  For K-2.

 

Chickens Aren't the Only Ones
by Ruth Heller

There's no more to discuss; everyone who lays an egg is oviparous.  Ruth Heller's classic book is still going strong, with beautiful illustrations and text that explore the astonishing range of creatures who lay eggs.

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For even more fun check out her companion work Animals Born Alive and Well

 

 

 

History/Social Studies

 

The History of Easter

From the History Channel.  Read this overview and then read more on the Christian Origins and Pagan influences on the holiday. You can also watch this informative online video from the History Channel that includes the influence of the Jewish Passover celebration.

All About Easter

A brief, very kid-friendly article that tells when the Easter bunny and egg rolling became part of the holiday.

Where In the World Is Sherlock Bunny? 

 Brush up on your history and geography with Sherlock Bunny. Sherlock Bunny is traveling around the world to new and exciting places and attractions. Where is Sherlock now? See if you can figure out where Sherlock is visiting! Click on a one of the Trips to visit a new place with Sherlock!

 

 

Songs & Games

Egg Toss

Traditionally this game is played with raw eggs.  However, preschool teachers or parents with very young children, may wish to use boiled eggs to cut down on mess and potential health hazards.  We recommend you do not use eggs the children have decorated as many will end up cracked or smashed.   (Unless your children are okay with this fact!)  Game play is as follows:  divide the children into pairs and give each pair one egg.  Have each child take a large step back from their partner.  When the teacher (or other referee) yells "go!", the partner holding the egg tosses it to his partner who catches it.   

You can modify the play of this game to suit the age and abilities of the children.  For example, with very young children, you might want to supply each pair with a couple of extra eggs, so that they can try again if the egg drops and cracks.  For older children, make the game more challenging:  after each successful toss and return toss, have the partners take another big step away from each other and do another round.  Continue this process until there is one winning team.  (Note that a team would be out when their egg cracked.  A dropped egg that doesn't crack could mean stepping back to the starting position, but continuing game play.)

 

Relay races

Have children line up in teams.  Divide each team in two, placing them team halves on opposite ends of the play area (playground, grass, living room rug).   Now have them do silly races to get to and tag their team member on the other side.  The tagged team member now races back to the opposite side and tags someone on that half of the team.

Race ideas include:  bunny hop (for greater difficulty, tie two children together at one ankle), egg carry (egg balanced on a spoon), duck waddle, fox trot (on all fours), "egg" roll (child lays on the ground and must roll across-- if mess is an issue, try rolling an actual egg instead), wheel barrow race (one child "walks" on his hands while his partner holds him up by his ankles), walk backwards, etc.
 

Bunny.... Bunny... FOX!

This is just a dressed up version of "Duck, Duck, Goose".   The child who is "it" walks around the circle gently touching each child on the head, and calling each one "bunny".  At some point, and we don't know when,  she names one child "fox!", and that child will leap up and chase the first child around the circle trying to catch her.  If the first child can return to her seat in the circle before the "fox" gets her, she's "safe".   If she gets tagged by the "fox" however she is either out of the game or has to continue being "it" -- depending on how you want to play.   Be sure to use this opportunity to talk about nature and the food web and why real life foxes chase bunnies.    Another way to play is "duck, duck BUNNY", where the "BUNNY" must hop to catch the one who tagged him, who must either waddle like a duck or hop like a bunny to get to their seat, depending on how you want to play.  Great fun!
 

More Great Games to Play

Lawn bowling with hard boiled eggs, the bunny hop game, Easter Bunny Easter Bunny Where's your egg, and many more.  From AmazingMoms. CLICK HERE!

 

PETER COTTONTAIL
Written by Beatrix Potter


Here comes Peter Cottontail,
Hoppin' down the bunny trail,
Hippity, hoppity,
Easter's on its way.

Bringing every girl and boy 
baskets full of Easter joy,
Things to make your Easter bright and gay.
He's got jelly beans for Tommy,
Colored eggs for sister Sue,
There's an orchid for your Mommy
And an Easter bonnet, too.

Oh! here comes Peter Cottontail,
Hoppin' down the bunny trail,
Hippity hoppity,
Happy Easter day.

Here comes Peter Cottontail,
Hoppin' down the bunny trail,
Look at him stop, and listen to him say:
"Try to do the things you should."
Maybe if you're extra good,
He'll roll lots of Easter eggs your way.

You'll wake up on Easter morning
And you'll know that he was there
When you find those chocolate bunnies
That he's hiding everywhere.

Oh! here comes Peter Cottontail,
Hoppin' down the bunny trail,
Hippity hoppity,
Happy Easter day!

 

 

 

I HAD AN EASTER BUNNY
I had an Easter bunny. (Hold up one finger)
One day she ran away. (make fingers "run")
I looked for her by moonlight. (Hand shading eyes)
I looked for her by day.
I found her in the meadow
With her babies 1, 2, 3.
So now I have four rabbit pets
To run and jump with me!


EASTER EGGS

Five little Easter eggs, lovely colors wore
Mother ate the #0066CC one, then there were four
Four little Easter eggs, two and two you see
Daddy ate the red one, then there were three
Three little Easter eggs, before I knew
Sister ate the yellow one, then there were two
Two little Easter egg, Oh what fun
Brother ate the purple one, then there was one
One little Easter egg, see me run
I ate the last one, and then there were none



 

THE BUNNY

Here is a bunny (make a bunny with hand)
With ears so funny
(wiggle ears)
And this is his/her hole in the ground
(make a hole with other hand)
When a noise she hears
(listen intently)
She pricks up her ears
(straighten ears)
And jumps in her hole in the ground
(make bunny jump into hole)
 

 

EASTER BUNNY HIPPITY HOP
(Sung to "Pop! Goes The Weasel")

Easter bunny, hippity hop
Hide 'til Easter morning
Easter bunny, hippity hop
UP! Pops the bunny

 

 

LITTLE BUNNY FOO FOO
Written By: Unknown

Little Bunny Foo Foo,
Hopping through the forest
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head

Down came the good fairy and she said

"Little Bunny Foo Foo,
I don't want to see you
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head.
I'll give you three chances,
And if you don't behave
I'll turn you into a goon!"

The next day:

Little Bunny Foo Foo,
Hopping through the forest
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head

Down came the good fairy and she said

"Little Bunny Foo Foo,
I don't want to see you
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head.
I'll give you two more chances,
And if you don't behave
I'll turn you into a goon!"

The next day:

Little Bunny Foo Foo,
Hopping through the forest
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head

Down came the good fairy and she said

"Little Bunny Foo Foo,
I don't want to see you
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head.
I'll give you one more chance,
And if you don't behave
I'll turn you into a goon!"

The next day:

Little Bunny Foo Foo,
Hopping through the forest
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head

Down came the good fairy and she said

"Little Bunny Foo Foo,
I don't want to see you
Scooping up the field mice
And boppin' 'em on the head.
I gave you three chances
And you didn't behave
Now you're a goon! POOF!!"

The moral of the story is:
HARE TODAY, GOON TOMORROW

 

 

JESUS IS A FRIEND TO ME
(tune-Michael Row the Boat Ashore)

Jesus is a friend to me, Hallelujah!
Better friend there could not be, Hallelujah!  
Died for me on Calvary, Hallelujah!
Rose again to set me free, Hallelujah!  
Gives me joy and victory, Hallelujah!
Now I live eternally, Hallelujah!
 

 

 

 

Little Peter Rabbit Has a Fly Upon His Nose!

 

 

 

Online Games
 

Easter Egg Hop

 Help Hopper collect Easter eggs and baby chicks to become an official Easter Bunny.

Eggbert's Tic Tac Toe

Egg Hunt

Henry's Egg Factory

More Online Easter Games

From a Kids Heart

 

 

Videos & Films

 

 

The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Part 1 of 2)

 

 

The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Part 2 of 2)

 

 

Arts & Crafts

 

Live Grass Easter Baskets

An enjoyable project for kids of any age really, since they get to use the basket for hunting Easter eggs or creating a beautiful centerpiece for the Easter Table or buffet.

Click for larger image!To do this project you'll need an old Easter basket and some plastic food wrap, plus some vermiculite and grass seed (both available at your local garden center).  

To begin, line the Easter basket thoroughly with the plastic wrap.  If your basket is extra wide, check your local food service outlet for the long roll of wrap (Smart & Final or etc.).   We like to double line our basket to cut down on the chance of leaks.

Now moisten about 1/2 to 1 cup of vermiculite with water. Spread the vermiculite over the plastic wrap in the bottom of the basket.  Now mix in the grass seed.  We usually stir ours up with our fingers to mix it well into the vermiculite.  Finally, cover the top of the vermiculite & seeds loosely with another sheet of plastic wrap, to hold in moisture and warmth.  Place in a sunny window sill to start the sprouting.  Basket can be moved outside once seeds have sprouted, with plastic removed.  Water as needed.

Please note:  this project should be started at least one week (do two to be on the safe side) before Easter to assure a proper growth of grass.   If temperatures are chilly where you live (i.e. snow is still falling), your basket of grass should probably stay in a super sunny indoor location while it continues to grow.

 

 

These are a good project for 1st through 5th graders, although it could be done with younger children in very small groups or one-one.  You'll need black construction paper, glitter glue, pastels, and ... a bottle of hairspray?  Yes, actually.  The hairspray helps "set" the pastels so the art doesn't smudge so badly.  Note that this is a two day project.  From A to Z Teacher Stuff.
 

Hatching Chicks

These make adorable little decorations!  Simply take a broken egg that is clean and dry and glue in a yellow cotton ball so that it resembles a chick breaking out of it's eggshell.  (You might want to pull and fluff the cotton ball a bit first, so your chick is larger and fluffier).  Then cut a tiny diamond shape out of orange construction paper and fold it in half.  Glue this on for a beak, then add two tiny googly eyes.  If you want, you could even glue a tiny bit of eggshell on top of the chick's head.

 

Finger Print Chicks

 

You'll need paper, yellow tempra paint that is washable and non-staining, some markers.  Simply dip a finger tip in the yellow paint and then carefully press it to the paper.  When it dries you can use a marker or ink pen to draw in the details.  Or you could even glue on the eyes.   This works with yellow ink pads too, but your fingers might stay yellow for a couple of days!   Hint:  you'll probably want to do a whole collection of chicks.  In fact, you could use markers or colored pencils to draw a cute barnyard or garden picture to finger-paint your chicks onto.  But don't use crayons for this -- the paint will not stick well to the waxy colors left by the crayons.

 

Click for larger image!

 

Egg Carton Tulips

You'll need:  fuzzy, green pipe cleaners, large pony beads, and egg cartons.  Cut the egg carton up to create individual cups, that resemble the shape of a tulip flower.  Poke a hole in the center of each "tulip" and thread a pipe cleaner through the hole -- and through a pony bead.  Wrap end of pipe over pony bead and back through hole.  Then twist or fold end around pipe cleaner stem to tie off.  Alternatively, you can skip the bead and simply secure the craft wire in place with a glue gun.  Now let children paint "tulips" in bright colors.  Show them how to hold the tulip carefully by the stem to get color both inside and out without slopping too much onto stem.   For added effect, sprinkle flower with glitter.  Click here for more Spring Fun & Learning!

To create a pot like the one shown, stuff a styrofoam ball into the bottom of a small clay pot (both available in the floral department of your craft store).   Poke the bottom of the craft wired into the styrofoam.  Cover with dried moss or green paper shreddies.  We used green paper Easter "grass", crinkled.  Children can decorate the pot.

 

Sponge Painted Eggs
 

Another fun way to decorate your eggs is to use acrylic paints, available at any craft store, and some torn up bits of natural sponge.  You can have great fun by using pearlized acrylic paint or even fabric puff paints to achieve different looks.

 

Because you can't eat the eggs once you've painted them, you might trying using the "Blown Eggs" described below.  If this seems to hard, then you could substitute non-toxic tempra paints for the acrylic paints.  Tempra paints, which are the type preschoolers use to finger paint with,  will not give you the same durable, long-lasting coverage as acrylic.  But if you're just going to be peeling and eating your eggs in a few days anyway... who cares!  (Note if you eat your tempra painted eggs, be sure to rinse the peeled eggs before you eat them.)

 
 

Crayon Resist Easter Eggs
 

Don't forget that you can color on your eggs with crayons before you dye them!  You can draw a pretty picture with colored crayons, or....just use a white crayon to draw designs, flowers, bunnies, your name, religious symbols and phrases, or whatever else you can think of.  Then, use a kit to make cups of egg dye and dip your eggs in.  Like magic the white crayon work will appear against the colored background.

 

Blown Eggs

 

For this craft you will need raw eggs and a large needle.  Poke a hole in each end of the egg and then blow the raw egg out one end.  You'll want to do this over a bowl with newspaper laid underneath!  When you are done, rinse each egg in warm water and allow to dry.   (Note that you might have to shake the water around in the egg a bit to get it really clean.)  Now go wash your hands with soap and water!  Raw eggs can carry salmonella, which can make you very sick.

 

Then you are ready to dye or paint.   You can make your eggs elegant by painting beautiful pictures on by hand or with a stencil and finishing them with a sprinkle of glitter.  Or... you can make them silly  by drawing goofy faces and adding googly eyes.   To do more with these eggs, use a glue gun to attach a loop for hanging or some kind of stem (such as a fuzzy "pipe cleaner" wire).   Don't worry if some of your eggs break; you can use them for the chick craft above.

 
 
 
 

More Easter Egg Decorating Techniques

Try Present by Family Fun, part of Disney online, these ideas will give egg decorating a fun new twist.

Aluminum Foil
 
Bubble Packaging
 
Lightbulb Sleeves
 
Rubber Bands
 

Sticker Stencils

String
 
Thumbprints
 
Tissue Paper
 

Learn about traditional Ukrainian egg art -- and then try making your own. 

 

Paper Mache Eggs

Blow up a balloon -- we recommend the sturdy type used for helium.  Tie balloon shut and tie a string or sturdy ribbon over the knot, so that you will be able to hang your "eggs" when you are done.  Now, make paper mache paste by mixing 1 cup water with 1/4 cup flour.  Stir into 5 cups boiling water and boil for 2-3 more minutes.  Let cool until just warm.  While recipe is cooling, cut or tear old newspaper into 1 inch strips.  Dip these into the paste one at a time and "glue" onto the balloon.  Continue until balloon is cover.  Allow first layer to dry before adding another.   After balloon is well covered and has dried you can paint using either acrylic paints or tempra.   When finished, sprinkle wet paint with glitter for an even prettier effect!  Allow to dry.

 
 

Easter Crafts

Try these classic Easter crafts:  Easter placemat, bunny face mask, paper plate bunny, Easter bonnet,  bunny ears to wear, eggshell mosaic, chicks in a basket, and more.  There's even a recipe for "bird's nest" cupcakes.
 

Here's a great mix of crafts, plus some printable worksheets.

 
 

Easter Crafts with Child Fun 

Lots of fun crafts with Spring themes plus songs and snacks.
 

 
 

Make your own Easter Lilies!  Unlike the kind you buy at the store, or grow in the garden, these don't need water or sunlight!  Makes a great decoration or gift.

 

 

Easter Activities for Kids 

A large collection of Easter related craft ideas, plus a few games, that kids will enjoy.   (Our thanks to Ashley for this suggestion!)

 
 

Shrinky Dinks at Easter & Passover

 

You can use any of the coloring sheets below to trace a picture, cut it out, and bake it into Shrinky Dink art!  You can make necklace pendants, bracelet charms, or decorations to hang up.  Just remember to punch out any holes you need before you bake your project.

 
 

Printable Coloring & Activity Pages    

 
Child Fun Easter Coloring Pages

Dot to Dot Bunny  (pdf)

Butterflies & Bugs

 

 

Passover Coloring Pages

Print Your own Lined Paper
(decorated with Happy Easter Bunnies)

Lined Paper with Easter Basket

 

 

Recipes

 

Easter Bunny Fruit Salad

You'll need:

  • Canned or fresh pear halves
  • 1, 10oz. bag of regular size marshmallows  (can use cottage cheese instead)
  • Raisins
  • Apples, quartered and then sliced into thin slivers
  • Pink jelly bean (Optional)

For this tasty salad, let kids lay pear half flat side down on a plate.  (For more color and interest, lay a lettuce leaf on the plate first!)  Use raisins for eyes, and a raisin or jelly bean for nose.  Use apples slivers for long ears.  For the tail, use either a large marshmallow or a similar sized blob of cottage cheese.

 

Edible Bird's Nests

You'll need:

  • 1/4 cup butter or margarine
  • 1, 10oz. bag of mini marshmallows
  • 6 cups of rice cereal (as an alternative use the crispy chow mein crunchy "noodles" that come out of the can)

 

Melt butter in microwave in large glass mixing bowl.  Remove carefully and stir in marshmallows saucepan over medium heat.   Continue heating in microwave until marshmallows have melted completely (be careful not to overcook).   Carefully stir in cereal or "noodle" crunchies and coat thoroughly. 

When mixture is cool enough to touch, remove small portions to wax paper and shape each into a "nest".    Let cool and add jelly beans into the nest.

For a fun variation, add chocolate chips in with the margarine, then add marshmallows.

 

More Easter Recipes

Easter bunny cake, carrot cake, resurrection cookies, bunny patch dessert, bird nest cookies, and homemade candy Easter eggs.

 

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Learn how to keep your children safe in the event of a natural disaster.

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Copyright Earth's Kids 1999.  All rights reserved.

 

Check out our  great  Earth's Kids  Kids Can Change the World action pages and
 learn how kids can learn more about nature and living in harmony with it in the Earth's Kids KIDS CLUB!

 

Don't miss Earth's Kids      Spring and Winter fun and learning pages.

Valentine's Day,  Easter and  Saint Patrick's Day

pages for science and craft activities, reading and more!

 Every day is  EARTH DAY!  Check out our great fun activities, art, & learning
about ways to help grown ups and kids help our Earth!

Wondering about the weather?  Don't miss the Earth's Kids special feature on  Climate Change & Global Warming!

Emergency Preparedness!  

Learn how to keep your children safe in the event of a natural disaster.

Tips to Teach Kids How to Wash Hands!

 

 www.earthskids.com

Copyright Earth's Kids 1999.  All rights reserved.

 

Check out our  great  Earth's Kids  Kids Can Change the World action pages and
 learn how kids can learn more about nature and living in harmony with it in the Earth's Kids KIDS CLUB!

 

Don't miss Earth's Kids      Spring and Winter fun and learning pages.

Valentine's Day,  Easter and  Saint Patrick's Day

pages for science and craft activities, reading and more!

 Every day is  EARTH DAY!  Check out our great fun activities, art, & learning
about ways to help grown ups and kids help our Earth!

Wondering about the weather?  Don't miss the Earth's Kids special feature on  Climate Change & Global Warming!

Emergency Preparedness!  

Learn how to keep your children safe in the event of a natural disaster.

Tips to Teach Kids How to Wash Hands!

 

 www.earthskids.com

Copyright Earth's Kids 1999.  All rights reserved.