KL kids celebrated Earth Day by beginning to create a butterfly garden. They planted some butterfly weed seeds, and some colorful annuals. We talked about some of the simple little changes that kids can make, to help make the earth a better place. They pledged to pick up trash, turn off the lights and the TV when they leave a room, recycle plastic, and paper, and re use whenever possible. We had a book swap, and spent the day without the inside lights. Good thing it was bright and sunny out. We then put our messages on paper bags, and brought them to a local restaurant. Lucky Deerfield residents received their take out with a handpainted message from Deerfield's 5 and 6 year olds.