Earth Day is a pretty important day, but we can’t expect our kids to understand the importance of Earth Day unless we teach them about it. That can be done through reading books, volunteering, or even just simple discussion and explaining. Another way to teach about Earth Day is to do some fun hands-on arts and crafts! I’m very excited about all of these Earth Day Activities for Kids from kid bloggers all over the net!
I teach about Earth Day as a special day where we take some time to think about changes we can make in our daily lives that would be better for the Earth, or ways that we can be active in making the world a cleaner place, and protecting its beauty.
We can teach our preschoolers all about the 3 R’s: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and going into a little bit of depth about what those words mean. You can even let your preschooler listen to Jack Johnson’s song: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
Here are some awesome ways to celebrate Earth Day with your kids!
Earth Day Activities
Spring Garden Sensory Tub by No Time For Flashcards
Earth Day Collage by I Heart Crafty Things
Grow A Meadow Indoors by Nurture Store
Paper Plate Earth by Mess For Less
Earth Day Toast by Left Brain Craft Brain
Layers of the Earth Felt Puzzle by Powerful Mothering
Earth Day Cookies by eLeMeNO-P Kids
Nature Collage by Kids Activities Blog
Terrarium in a Jar by Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Earth Day Discovery Bottles by Little Bins for Little Hands
Earth Day Art by Carrots Are Orange
Earth Day Water Beads Sensory Tub by B-Inspired Mama
Earth Baked Cotton Balls by Housing a Forest
Make a Snail Garden by Montessori on a Budget
Smoosh Painting by Happy Hooligans
Earth Day Crayons by Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Paper Mache Globes by Housing a Forest
Earth Day Playdough by Happiness is Homemade
Worm Observation Tower by Two-daloo
Muffin Tin Nature Hunt by Mama. Papa. Bubba.
Looking for even MORE Earth Day fun?
Check out our 101 more ways to celebrate Earth Day with your kids!
What’s your favorite way to celebrate Earth Day?
Wow. So many great things.
Now to choose…
Bethany at The Southern Couture says
The sensory tub is such a great idea for kids. Thanks for sharing at Motivational Monday Link Party! I can’t wait to see what you share this Sunday night.
Bethany from The Southern Couture