Earth Day is a great opportunity to teach your kids the values of reduce, reuse, and recycle! The three R’s can translate to various do-good activities throughout the day from turning off the faucet while brushing your teeth or saving scrap paper for another purpose. To further inspire you and your family, we’ve round-up some creative activities to help us do our part.
That bin of overlooked, half-broken crayons? Put them to good use and and make these adorable heart crayons. Mix and match colors for extra fun!
Make something beautiful out of something old with this super quick and easy activity.
Make art with old scrapbooking material or magazines. Use the time crafting to chat about the meaning of Earth Day.
Take that stack of old paper your kids have already drawn, torn, colored and turn it into something brand new.
Take these everyday materials to create something fun and musical!
Take a walk and notice the things you are truly thankful for: trees, water, animals, sunshine.
If you have any used spools of ribbon that are too short to wrap around a gift, make a whimsical mobile.
Styrofoam isn’t great for the Earth, so if you find yourself with some, give it a second life with this easy DIY stamp activity.
How will you and your family celebrate Earth Day?