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10 Fun Earth Day Crafts for Kids

Earth Day’s just around the corner. Time to get prepared:

1. Paper Roll Binoculars

Image source: Ardor
Image source: Ardor

We all have empty toilet paper rolls around. Make these cute binoculars with the kiddos!

(via Ardor)

2. Tic Tac Toe

Image source: BHG
Image source: BHG

Play some nature tic tac toe. Gotta love the twig grid.

(via BHG)

3. Coffee Ground Fossils

Image source: Spoonful
Image source: Spoonful

This one would be perfect for my little guy. So fun!

(via Spoonful)

4. Lights Out Reminder

Image source: Spoonful
Image source: Spoonful

A fun little reminder to shut off the lights when you leave a room.

(via Spoonful)

5. Rock Bugs

Image source: Kaboose
Image source: Kaboose

Gather some rocks and paint them like your favorite bug friends.

(via Kaboose)

6. Bird Feeders

Image source: Bird Feeders
Image source: Bird Feeders

With a few ingredients, cookie cutters, and little hands you can make these adorable bird feeders in no time!

(via Hellobee)

7. Paper Chain Jewelry

Image source: Michele Made Me
Image source: Michele Made Me

It’s easy to recycle paper by making it into some fun jewelry! The little ladies and even the lads will love this one.

(via Michele Made Me)

8. Painted Pots

Image source: Small Fry
Image source: Small Fry

Plant some herbs for strawberries or what have you and let your little ones paint the pots by taping off sections beforehand and then letting them go crazy with it.

(via Small Fry)

9. Recycling Center

Image source: Handmade Charlotte
Image source: Handmade Charlotte

Create your own family recycle center. It might take a little work, but so adorable!

(via Handmade Charlotte)

10. Egg Carton Wreath

Image source: Homemade Serenity
Image source: Homemade Serenity

Egg cartons have never looked so pretty: cut them up, paint them up, and hang them up. Love it!

(via Homemade Serenity)

The Disney Conservation Fund, in honor of its 20th anniversary, announced a new effort—the Reverse the Decline, Increase the Time Initiative—that is aimed at reversing the decline of 10 threatened species through scientific research, nonprofit and community collaboration, and increasing the time kids spend in nature to inspire them to care for the planet.

For more information, visit thewaltdisneycompany.com/environment.

Article Posted 3 years Ago

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