Earth Day is coming up and it’s a perfect time to learn some science. Here are some Earth Day Science Activities for Kids like water pollution play and biosphere building. Keep reading for this week’s installment of the Love to Learn Linky, too. This post contains affiliate links.
Earth Day Science Activities
- Serve a tasty lesson in global warming with Earth Toast. (Left Brain Craft Brain)
- Learn about plastics recycling with Which Plastic is Which? Recycled Plastic Science and Craft. (Left Brain Craft Brain)
- Kids can build their own water treatment plan with these Water Pollution Activities for Kids. (One Time Through)
- Learn about water issues facing the world with these UN World Water Day Activities for Kids. (Kid World Citizen)
- Feel the Earth with some sensory science Earth Day Oobleck. (Little Bins for Little Hands)
- Help kids understand and improve on their impact on the earth with What is a Carbon Footprint? (Kitchen Counter Chronicles)
- Make a Tabletop Biosphere and experience a self-sustaining ecosystem. (Apartment Therapy)
- Explore the earth’s core with this Layers of the Earth Felt Puzzle (Powerful Mothering)
- Say No to Pollution, Yes to Solution and help kids brainstorm ways to save the Earth. (Every Star is Different)
- Learn how paper is recycled into new paper while Making Recycled Paper. (You Clever Monkey)
- Take your basic Mud Cup to the next level with this Yummy Soil Model. (Farmer’s Daughter)
- And totally not science related, but it’s too cute to not include. Earth Day Jokes for Kids. (A Mom With A Lesson Plan)
Love to Learn Linky, Earth Day Edition
I hope you’ve enjoyed this special edition of the Love to Learn Linky where all the hosts are sharing Earth Day activities. Click on over to see what they’ve been up to!
Earth’ Elements for Kids: An Earth Day Activity Roundup || One Time Through
Hands-on Learning Earth Day Activities for Kids || A Little Pinch of Perfect
20+ Free Earth Day Printables for Kids || Totschooling
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