Earth Day is April 22, and what else would a homeschool mom be sharing in celebration? Educational Earth Day activities and crafts, of course!
Educational Earth Day Activities and Crafts
Try these fun ideas from bloggers across the web to teach your kids math, literacy skills, and more while highlighting the importance of taking care of Mother Earth. Many of these activities would be awesome for homeschoolers, but they would also work for any family with kids at home. Try a few and come back to let me know which were the best.
Earth Day Language Arts
Earth Day Easy Reader Printables from 3 Dinosaurs
Write a Recycling Story from Royal Baloo
Earth Day Craft with Writing Prompt from I Heart Crafty Things
Recycle Writing Freebie from Fun in K/1
Alphabet Compost Sensory Bin from Growing Book by Book
Earth Day Vocabulary and Questions Printables from Live Speak Love, LLC
Homemade Alphabet Stones from Something 2 Offer
Earth Day Beginning Sound Clip Cards Printable from Simple Fun for Kids
Roll ‘n Write Games Earth Day Themed from PreKinders
Earth Day Math and Science
Easy Weather Tracking Printables for Preschoolers from Mama Smiles
Sort the Recycling Game from No Time for Flashcards
The Earth: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Unit Study for PreK-1st from Every Star Is Different
Earth Day Equivalent Fraction Free Printable Pack from Life Over C’s
Earth Day Facts Master Math Grid Sheets from In All You Do
More Earth Day Fun and Games
Earth Day Recycling Activity and Free Printable from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Create Your Own Nature Journal for Kids from KC Edventures
Earth Day Picture Books for Kids from The Jenny Evolution
Homemade Crayon Rubbing Cards from And Next Comes L
Earth Day Scavenger Hunt from Kitchen Counter Chronicles
Earth Day Place Mats from Kids Activities Blog
Earth Day Roll and Cover Games from Simple Fun for Kids
Earth Day Song from Pre-K Pages
Earth Day Pledge from Boy Mama Teacher Mama
Have fun, and be sure to take care of the Earth! It’s the only one we’ve got, and we owe it to our ancestors, ourselves, our children, and our children’s children to do the best we can with the resources we have been given.
Happy Earth Day!