Earth Day Preschool Printables


This page is filled with resources to help you teach your children about Earth Day. You’ll find printable charts, games, minibooks, activities, crafts and more. Learning about Earth Day can be fun when you have the right resources!  You might set up a recycling center in your classroom by bringing in some clean recyclables for children to sort. Be sure to read children lots of books on taking care of our earth, and maybe even plan a field trip to the recycling center in your town.

Earth Day Necklace

This is a free printable necklace craft for Earth Day. Children color and cut out the Earth Day medallions then thread then onto string to make a necklace. Always supervise children with any kind of necklace.

Colorful Earth Day Necklace

This is a free printable necklace craft for Earth Day. Children color and cut out the Earth Day medallions then thread then onto string to make a necklace. Always supervise children with any kind of necklace.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Coloring Page

This is a fun coloring page you can print for your students on Earth Day! The page shows a girl reducing the water she brushes her teeth with, a boy reusing a shopping bag, and a boy recycling a cereal box.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Poster Chart

This is a full color chart you can hang in your classroom for Earth Day! The page shows a girl reducing the water she brushes her teeth with, a boy reusing a shopping bag, and a boy recycling a cereal box.

Reduce Earth Day Coloring Page

This is a simple coloring page of a girl reducing her water usage while brushing her teeth. Students trace the propper letter formation with their finger, then trace to write the words below.

Reduce Earth Day Poster Chart

This is a full-color chart you can print to use as a poster in your classroom.

Reuse Earth Day Coloring Page

This is a coloring page of a young girl adding items to her compost pile. Students trace the propper letter formation with their finger, then trace to write the words below.

Reuse Earth Day Coloring Page

This is a coloring page of a young boy reusing grocery shopping bags. Students trace the propper letter formation with their finger, then trace to write the words below.

Reuse Earth Day Poster Chart

This is a full-color chart you can print to use as a poster in your classroom.

Recycle Earth Day Coloring Page

This is a coloring page of a young boy recycling different items into his blue box. Students trace the propper letter formation with their finger, then trace to write the words below.

Recycle Earth Day Coloring Page

This is a coloring page of the three arrows recycle symbol. Students trace the propper letter formation with their finger, then trace to write the words below.

Recycle Earth Day Poster Chart

This is a full-color chart you can print to use as a poster in your classroom.

Earth Day Coloring Pages

Two beautiful Earth Day charts and coloring pages. Print the charts to hang around your classroom, and print the black and white versions for children to color in.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Chart

Here are some colorful printable charts you can hang in your classroom by your recycling center. These can also be used in creating the individual charts on laundry baskets and provide children with clean recyclable to sort.

Recycling Center Charts

Here are some colorful printable charts you can hang in your classroom by your recycling center. These can also be used in creating the individual charts on laundry baskets and provide children with clean recyclable to sort.

Earth Day Coloring Pages & Handwriting

Here are a couple of cute Earth Day coloring pages with optinoal handwriting practice. Children can color in the picture then trace the letters. We have an entire set of 15 different coloring pages below as part of our Earth Day Classroom Quilt. They are designed to be used as coloring pages or quilt pages so they are very versatile to your classroom needs.

Smiling Earth Sequencing Game

A simple but fun game for children learning how add in one at a time. Talk about smallest to largest, littlest to biggest and back again.

Earth Day Recycling Bookmarks

Here are two different printable bookmarks you can share with your children around Earth Day. These are best when printed on cardstock and laminated!

Recycle Sorting Game

Time to sort the recycling! Game pieces are placed upside down in the middle. On your turn draw a card and place it in the correct spot on your game board. If your bin is full, you must return the card to the pile and your turn is over. First one to fill their board wins!!

Earth Day Maze

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle coloring page and maze for children this Earth Day

Printable Good Steward Awards

board or as end of unit rewards for children. You could even laminate these and place them around the classroom as small reminders (i.e. near the lightswitch, near the sink ect...)

Good Stewards Classroom Projects Chart

This is a great way to encourage classroom participation in stewardship. For each time you see a child practice stewardship write their name on the line, adding stickers each time they repeat good behavior.

Good Steward Coloring Page

This is a free pritnable coloring page that reads, "God wants me to be a Good Steward" and would be perfect to add to your Earth Day theme. There are boy and girl versions available as well as many other Earth Day and Creation themed resources.

Earth Day Bible Printables

Incorporate a Creation theme with your Earth Day lesson, we've got some wonderful resources for you! You'll find: Earth Day Bible Printables, Creation Bible Printables, Good Steward Bible Lesson, Earth Day Lapbook Links and more!

Paper Mache Globe Craft

This project is perfect for anytime you're teaching children about the world they live in. It's a little messy, but well worth the investment!

 

Comments (4)

  • alma Reply

    Thank you so much for the fun activities for Earth Day.

    April 20, 2018 at 4:20 am
  • Patricia Reply

    The coloring pages are great!!.
    Thanks a lot.

    June 3, 2018 at 12:45 pm
  • Carrie Collins Reply

    These are perfect for today’s lesson! Thank you so much!!

    April 20, 2020 at 6:09 am
  • cassandra j baugh Reply

    Thank you during these covid months. Your resources have helped me teach my 4 year old granddaughter during these trying times.

    April 25, 2021 at 3:24 pm

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