Earth Day Action! 15 Eco-Friendly Printables for Kids

Help your little one develop a green thumb (and respect for our planet) with these worksheets that celebrate Earth Day.

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Recycling Paper Process

Recycling Paper Process

How do you make recycled paper? Learn all about the recycling paper process on this informative worksheet.
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Compost Fun Page

Compost Fun Page

Can you help Cornelius create a crazy compost concoction? Help your child review his knowledge of compost and recycling with this fun worksheet.
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What's Recyclable?

What's Recyclable?

Teaching kids what's recyclable and what's not is more important than ever. Give your kids the recycling lowdown with this activity-packed printable.
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Earth Word Search

Earth Word Search

Dig into this fun science worksheet and introduce your budding geologist to some earth science vocabulary.
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Natural Resources: Soil

Natural Resources: Soil

Can your child think of ways people use soil? Get her excited about Earth science with a lesson on this crucial natural resource.
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Punctuate the Story: Earth Day

Punctuate the Story: Earth Day

Put proper punctuation into practise with these read-along stories.
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Plant Matters: How Plants Travel

Plant Matters: How Plants Travel

Plants may not have feet, but they do move! Help your child learn different ways seeds travel.
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Make Your Own Compost

Make Your Own Compost

Get into the habit of recycling food waste and other household materials by making your own compost pile!
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Tree Word Scramble

Tree Word Scramble

This tree diagram has been completely mixed up! It's up to your little naturalist to unscramble each word and fill in the blanks.
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Natural Resources: Water

Natural Resources: Water

All living things need water to survive. Listed are some of the ways we use water: can your child think of others?
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Natural Resources: Plants

Natural Resources: Plants

Natural resources are crucial for sustaining life on the planet. Encourage your child to get to thinking about plants, one of Earth's natural resources.
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Tree Parts

Tree Parts

This tree anatomy worksheet will give your little naturalist a better understanding of the parts that make up a tree.
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Reading Tree Rings

Reading Tree Rings

How can you tell how old a tree is? Look no further! This worksheet gives a basic overview of tree rings for your little scientist.
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Tree Diagram

Tree Diagram

Did you know that trees have more parts than just the trunk, branches and leaves? Take a look on the inside of a tree with this fill-in-the-blank diagram!
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Where Can We Find Soil, Sand and Dirt?

Where Can We Find Soil, Sand and Dirt?

Read the definitions of soil, sand and dirt then write where you can find each type below the pictures. Nurture your budding geologist!
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