Celebrating Earth Day? An Earth Day wreath is an easy, fun craft that can be used in a classroom setting or right in your very own home.
It’s a very easy craft to make, and it will keep little ones entertained! It’s perfect for preschoolers who need to work on those fine motor skills, but older kids can have fun taking the time to make a wreath while talking about Earth Day, too.
This Earth Day craft isn’t just for coloring: the various pictures on the wreath are meant to teach kids about recycling and protecting the Earth.
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Our template come with two patterns. Kids will color the Earth and wreath, cut them out and then glue them together to make the final project.
If you try this craft in a classroom you can also print out a list of Earth Day facts that children can read and discuss while they work. For example, did you know that the first Earth Day was held in 1970, but it wasn’t until 1990 that Earth Day was celebrated internationally?
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This craft is part of an amazing Earth Day craft bundle. Make sure to check it out.
Teachers may want to display these wreaths around the school on Earth Day, and parents can help their children hang up their Earth Day wreaths at home too!
Earth Day Wreath
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Step by step instructions
Print the wreath and the Earth on white paper.
Color the two and cut them out.
Glue the Earth at the bottom back of the wreath.
Fold a yarn strand in half and tape it to the top back of the wreath.