Handprints Around the World
This is a fun handprint craft you can make for Earth Day. To make the picture, you simply paint your kid’s palm and fingers and have the press it onto paper or even a stretched canvas. Add the extra details …

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globe luminary
Why not show your kids how to make one of these luminaries in honor of Earth Day. All you need is blue and green tissue paper, Mod Podge, and a small round fish or ivy bowl. Maureen, from Twig and

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spring cookieA few years back I bought a huge box of random cookie cutters. This is the perfect project to pull them all out and see what patterns would make great bird feeders! You can find the tutorial over at We

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treasure jar1These little treasure jars are perfect to welcome Spring and encourage your kids to get out and check out your garden! You can find the tutorial at Empress of Dirt.

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flower-craft-roundup1Buggy and Buddy has a great compilation of some of the best flower crafts out there! I love springtime, and making crafts seems to go right along with my urge to spring clean! Head over to Buggy and Buddy for …

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suncatch1The sun is in the sky longer, and my kids are up by sunrise anyway. What better way to enjoy the beauty of the sun than making a sun catcher! You can find the tutorial for this adorable craft over …

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Earth_Day_Crafts1How amazing are these little earth crayons! They are so vibrant and would make the perfect little gift for kids in my daughter’s preschool class on Earth Day! You can find this amazing tutorial over at The Gunny Sack.

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raincraft1I love the idea of actually using nature in a craft to teach your children about Earth Day! This is a great idea that uses the rain to create art! You can find the tutorial at Simple Analogy.

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easy monster craft for kids made using mud, found items and a ball of STYROFOAMI just recently found out that my five year old daughter loves mud. She could spend hours making mud pies, mud huts for fairies, or any other mud sculpture you can think of. This Mud Monster would be perfect to …

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I’ve posted about Nature Collages before, but I think they are such wonderful crafts that I will tell you about an up to date post today!  I am doing this with my children tomorrow since it has a been a …

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Around here, the kids are getting ready to get out of school, and this is the perfect craft to get them outside and creating! Kids will love to see their names designed with supplies they found in nature! You can …

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A little while ago, my daughters got a book out from the library that taught them how to make fairy homes. This fairy garden lesson is the perfect addition to our homes that we have out in our back yard! …

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You can find the most wonderful, simple, yet educational crafts from one of my favorite bloggers, No Time For Flashcards. You can always tell this mom puts her heart and soul into her children and what they do to fill …

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This craft/project would be great to incorporate when teaching about gardening, or any other environmental lesson plan. You can find this tutorial, and make a ‘cute’ compost bin of your own over at We-Made-That.com.…

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I have never tried to make a terrarium, but these look like a great place to start. I love that each child was able to pick the little figurine that they would put inside their terrarium.  The use of succulents …

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