10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

Earth Day may be only one day a year, but, it can (and should) be practiced every day. You can’t be too young to learn about the earth and find ways to help. Your littlest ones can go on a nature walk or create a craft from the recycle bin. Older kids can take control and guide the family in ways to recycle, reduce, and reuse. They can implement a plan to reduce their water consumption or make a pledge to turn off the lights.

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Here are 10 ideas for families that want to celebrate Earth Day every day.

Set up an at-home recycling station. Teach Me Mommy show you how.

Learn about the world around you and go on a nature walk with How Wee Learn.

Pick up litter around your neighborhood with My Nearest and Dearest.

Learn about composting and start a compost pile or bin in your yard with ALLterNATIVE Learning.

Find ways to conserve water in your home with Kitchen Counter Chronicles.

Play a recycling think and sort game with No Time for Flashcards.

Make a log pile home for creatures in the corner of your yard with Rainy Day Mum.

Search your recycling bin for craft supplies. JDaniel4’s mom has a great list of recycled crafts!

Challenge each other to turn out the lights, like we did here at Creative Family Fun.

Save a tree with these 7 Ways Kids Can Help Save Trees from Go Explore Nature.

What are some of the ways your family celebrates Earth Day every day?

Make this a family adventure!
Spending time learning about the earth and the ways we can be more eco-friendly is always a rewarding way to spend time together as a family. Any one of these links would be a great family adventure. Pick an idea and spend your next family night working on ways to save the earth

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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