Craft: 15+ Earth Day Crafts for Kids

earth day crafts for kids

Earth Day is April 22! Get the kids involved with a little crafting! Below you’ll find over 15 crafts inspired by this annual event that is held to promote environmental protection. You’ll see that most of the crafts require things that you probably already have lying around the house like tissue paper, milk cartons, and yarn. Not only do many of them require recyclables, but they also provide you with the opportunity to teach your child more about Earth Day and this amazing planet that we live on! Ready to start crafting? Here are some great ideas to inspire you! 

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1. “We’ve Got the Whole World In Our Hands” Craft from Meet the Dubiens

2. Painted Planet Mobile from See Vanessa Craft

3. Rice Art Earth from Green Owl Art

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4. Cards with Handmade Paper from Happiness is Homemade

5. Earth Suncatcher from No Time for Flash Cards

6. Paper Mache’ Light-up Globes from Housing a Forest

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7. Torn Paper Landscapes from Make and Takes

8. Earth Day Collage from I {Heart} Crafty Things

9. Milk Jug Flowers from Crafty Journal

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10. Lorax Plant Pot from See Vanessa Craft

11. Earth Pom Poms from Mermaids’ Makings

12. Egg Carton Tree from Glued to My Crafts

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13. Crayon Candle from No Time for Flash Cards

14. Earth Day Craft and Writing Prompt from I {Heart} Crafty Things

15. Coffee Filter Earth from JDaniel4’s Mom

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16. Painted Earth Craft for Little Ones from The Chirping Moms

17. Earth Day Tissue Paper Craft from Happy Hooligans

 Happy Earth Day!

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