Celebrate Earth Day with these fun kid-friendly activities, crafts, treats and more!
When is Earth Day?
Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22nd. Starting back in 1970, it’s a day to celebrate our magnificent Earth!
Here’s some easy Earth day activities ideas to help you make this holiday fun for kids!
As with all celebrations, don’t feel overwhelmed! Just pick one or two ideas to celebrate!
Trash Bingo Scavenger Hunt
Make picking up trash more fun with this Trash Bingo game! See how many items you can find. And give a reward for blackout!
Doing service for Mother Earth will help everyone try a little harder to keep our planet clean.
Earth Day Quiz
Start the day off by asking your kids how much they know about our Earth. Here’s a free printable to make it easy for you! This will give you a great chance to have a discussion about what they can do, no matter their age, to help conserve energy and take care of our planet.
The yummy kind! What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by eating dirt? This dirt cup dessert recipe is easy enough for kids to make. Get the easy mud cup recipe here.
Going on a scavenger hunt is a fun Earth Day for toddlers or preschoolers activities. These are perfect for little ones. Go on a walk and see if you can find them all! Take a bag to collect your Earth day treasures. Get the free printables here: Earth Day Scavenger Hunt Sheets
“Explore” Earth at Dinner
Use a globe as your centerpiece at dinner. Talk about some of the amazing places you’ve seen on this Earth and find some new ones on the globe that you’d love to go to! You could also pull out pictures of the places you’ve been or explore on Google Earth.
Complete the Earth Day Bucket List
Isn’t this Bucket List just perfect? Instead of recreating the wheel, get your printable bucket list over at Chickabug.com
Edible Flower Bouquets
Flowers you can eat? Yes! Try these edible flower bouquets that little kids can help make!
Earth Day Walk, Hike, or Bike
Fresh air does wonders for the soul. Get outside and do something you love. Whether you take a walk, or go on a hike or bike ride, you’ll fall in love with Earth each time you do. Plus, you’ll save some pollution!
Fun Challenge: See how much you can walk today. Keep track of your steps or miles!
Bird Feeder Craft
This fun Earth day activity for toddlers and kids will let them watch natur in action!
Make this simple bird feeder and enjoy the birds from your own backyard. The best part about this bird feeder is that you probably have all the supplies at home!
Explore Redwood National Park
If you live in northern California area or will be in that area, make sure to visit the Redwood National Park. Here’s 6 stops you must visit while you are there. You will be in awe at the majesty and beauty in that region!