Earth Day at Home
The first Earth Day was 50 years ago! Since then, millions have used this day to focus on how we can protect and appreciate the earth. Even though we are separated in our homes this year, we can still celebrate our planet together with these fun, educational activities!
Observe Earth Day at Home. NASA has collected activities, videos, special programs and other materials in its Earth Day 50th Anniversary Toolkit.
Take a walk in nature. One simple way teachers and parents can observe Earth Day is to take learning outside and have children interact with their environment. Here are 12 Nature Walk Activities for Earth Day (or any day!).
Get your hands dirty! Gardening is another way to witness the ways Earth supports and provides for us. Get children involved in dirt-digging, hands-on fun with engaging activities from KidsGardening.
Learn about recycling and make a planter from a plastic 2-liter bottle with the Kids Super Guide to Recycling
Create one of nine recycled art from everyday items around your home with these nine creative ideas from Clean River.
Happy Earth Day!