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Have a blast this Earth Day with these out of this world Earth Day craft and activity ideas.
If you are looking for a fun and concentrated project for kids in the older set, this 3-D textured globe is the perfect craft. While this project is geared mostly at kids 9 and up, it can be simplified for younger children as well.
You can use this delicate but pretty recycled-crayon craft to teach children that the earth is also delicate and we need to look after it.
Recycle jelly and sauce jars to hold all your little toys, item, and coins. Give your glass a new lease on life by making these adorable animal buddy jars to display in your room!
Unlike harsh chemical products, these homemade cleaners are easy on little hands and lungs, household surfaces, and the environment.
Don't throw away your kids' old cereal boxes! Turn them into attractive magazine holders with this handy Earth Day craft.
This cute little egg carton buggy mobile is a time consuming project, but the results are well worth the time invested! You can shorten the time of this craft by making it a group project.
These seeded paper bookmarks are not only lovely looking – you can reuse them by planting them into the ground and watching them grow into a plant or flower!
These pretty little flower gardens are perfect for Mother's Day, Grandparent's Day, birthdays, or just to celebrate springtime. Make one for your teacher, too!
Create your own fossils to display by using old coffee grounds. These work well as visual aids for science projects and makes a fun Earth Day craft for kids.
Using craft sticks and fabric scraps, kids can create this fun and pretty flower garden activity with recycled materials – perfect for Earth Day.
This paper-mache globe craft is perfect for the classroom or for a weekend with rainy or cold weather.
Conserve energy with a doorknob decoration that reminds you to turn off the lights when you leave the room.