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Earth day is a great opportunity to learn about our planet. We’ve collected 10 awesome activity ideas for your classroom, therapy clinic, home school and everywhere on Earth! Sensory and fine motor are included for multi-system fun.

1. Earth Toast A Tasty Global Warming Lesson from Left Brain Craft Brain
2. Super Easy Earth Day Kid’s Craft from Gym Craft Laundry
3. Reuse and Recycle Earth Day Newspaper Flowers Craft from Our Kid Things
4. Earth Day Discovery Bottles Earth Science Activity from Little Bins for Little Hands


5. Easy Earth Day Craft Bottle Cap Garden Art from Suburbia Unwrapped
6. Earth Day Inspired Tree Craft from I Heart Crafty Things
7. Earth Day Craft Making Litter Bugs Out of Recycling from 3 Boys and a Dog
8. Upcycled Earth Magnets Earth Day Craft from Moms and Crafters


9. Super Easy Earth Day Craft from The Chaos and the Clutter
10. DIY Bird Feeder Earth Day Craft Sticks from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary

Have you seen our earlier post about creating your own find-it jar? Check it out here.

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