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Earth Day 2011: Activities & Crafts for the Family

By kenziepoo |

Are you looking for fun Earth Day 2011 activities for you and your family to enjoy? Each year, Earth Day falls on April 22,  and some people have even started referring to it as “Earth Week. What will you be doing on Earth Day 2011? Here are some fun activities & crafts for the family!

Keep reading after the jump to find out more about the Earth Day 2011 Activities & Crafts.

Why not try and make these adorable Earth Day cake pops:

Above Images via Vanilla & Lace

Find out how to make them here

Earth Day Crayon Cookies

Image via kiboomu

Craft supplies you will need:

* Blue and green crayons
* Paper cups
Find out instructions via here

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About kenziepoo



Rachelle is a blogger, mother, and editor. Inspired by her adorable daughter, Kenzie, she created the blog Kenziepoo, where you’ll find everything from clothes to nursery decor. She also is the editor of La Petite, an online magazine for kids. Read bio and latest posts → Read Rachelle's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “Earth Day 2011: Activities & Crafts for the Family

  1. Donna Guthrie says:

    I think your readers will enjoy an EARTH DAY virtual field trip to New York City . Learn about the Window farm Project. Learn about the joys and challenges of hydroponic gardening in small spaces.

    MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids is a series of free kid-friendly educational video podcasts for children ages 5-13. Each episode comes with a list of recommended books, a list of fun websites and a Learning Corner of questions and extended activities.

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