Earth Day Interview with Ronan

For Earth day I wanted to see how much of an impact my teachings had on my children.

I found a list of questions to ask them and I was quite suprised by some of their answers.

I invite you to interview your children ….this is a fun eye opening experience.

Happy earth day !


Meet Ronan

He is 18 years old. Ronan enjoys PlayStation games, movies and long boarding . He’s a passionate volunteer at an animal rescue centre.


  1. What’s your favourite place in the world to visit? Sea point Biodiversity park
  2. What’s one thing you can recycle? Aluminium
  3. What’s your favourite thing to do outside? Ride my longboard
  4. What’s your favourite way to celebrate Earth day? Joining a Beach clean up or planting trees.
  5. What day do we celebrate Earth day? I’m not sure
  6. What’s one thing we can do as a family to have less trash? Join beach and park clean ups or volunteer to help animals at the shelter. Plant trees and recycle.
  7. Which do you prefer… a) beach / b) mountain / c) city? Mountain
  8. What’s something we can do as a family to make the earth more beautiful? Grow trees, recycle, join area clean ups, plant flowers, help conservation projects and use less plastic.
  9. What plant foods do you most like to eat? Carrots and fruit
  10. Name some foods that come from the Earth. Carrots, potatoes, fruit, turnips. Lettuce , vegetables.
  11. What colour is the recycling symbol? Green
  12. Name a song that talks about the Earth. I Bless the rains down in Africa
  13. What is your favourite kind of animal? Monkey
  14. What colour is the Earth from space? Blue
  15. Why is it important to care for the Earth? Global warming is a very real threat as is extinction of animals
  16. What is your favourite thing to do in the water? Swim
  17. If you could have one animal as a pet, what would it be? Black panther
  18. What’s your favourite kind of flower? Black rose
  19. What is your favourite season and why? Spring because flowers grow and everything looks new and fresh
  20. Where do you think all the trash we collect on the beach goes? To the municipal dumpsites.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.