Earth day is coming up on April 22nd! I’m excited to be able to go outside more, especially with the kids. It just seems like they behave better with all that fresh air a beautiful scenery. Here are some Earth day activities I’d like to try this year with my kids.
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Coffee Filter Earth Sun Catchers
Talk about how you can make the world a better place by taking care of your environment while you make these!
Butterfly Life Cycle Cards
Use play dough to discover the different stages of a butterfly.
Free Earth’s Structure Lapbook
Planting Trees Sensory Activity
I suggest taking this activity outside, but if it is pouring rain, a sensory bin is a great alternative.
Tracking and Learning About Temperature
This has a great free printable chart that helps kids see the changes in temperature.
Easy Thunderstorm Craft
Weather is extremely important to the earth, even storms!
An Intro to the Earth for Preschool
A Montessori approach to studying the earth for preschool.
Free Garden Emergent Readers
Teach your little ones about the garden before they start their own.
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Jennifer Tammy says
Loving all of these Earth activities! Thanks for hosting 🙂
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Debbie @ Bible Fun For Kids says
Thank you for hosting!
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Kimberly Lewis says
Hello gorgeous! I love your party, thanks for hosting! I would appreciate it if you would stop by our party. That would be so amazing! Lou Lou Girls
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Thank you so much for featuring our Introduction to Land, Air and Water post. It has been great linking up each week. Thank you for hosting!
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