On August 3rd, the Climate Science Alliance's Climate Kids program brought science, art, and storytelling to preschool students from the Pala Band of Mission Indians to teach about the impacts of both visible and invisible pollution on the planet and ways they can minimize these impacts. Students learned about the interactions between plants and pollinators and how these interactions might change as our climate changes. They read stories about the butterfly life cycle and learned a song and dance to help remember butterfly body parts. Students ultimately had the opportunity to make a commitment to address these issues through a collaborative art piece, a Climate Commitment Caterpillar. Our Climate Kids Assemblies encourage kids to protect the Earth and share what they have learned with others.