Make an Earth Day bag, and head outside to help clean up your neighborhood, beach, park or field.
Use old and/or broken crayons, and recycle them into something new. For Earth Day, use green and blue crayons. Make another colorful batch for everyday fun and play.
Make a promise to do something for the planet this Earth Day. Create an Earth Day promise hand to hang in the house as a reminder to be eco-wise all year long.
Encourage other people to plant a tree or show your support for Earth Day by wearing a handmade tree t-shirt.
Show your child a picture of the Earth, then let him re-create his version on a paper plate. This is a fun activity to do yearly to see how your child grows artistically.
Pick the right craft supplies — recycled or scrap paper, non-toxic, eco-friendly markers and paints and other materials that are kind to the earth.
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