Looking for a fun Earth Day activity for Preschool students this April? This Earth Day process art project is great for learning all about our planet. Students work on their fine motor skills when they use an eyedropper and coffee filters to create the earth. Students also get to do some writing at the end. Students learn about water and land which is great for incorporating a little social studies. This is a great take home craft that students love to do each spring.
Here in the midwest, we are anxiously awaiting spring and cannot wait to get outside and enjoy our beautiful Earth. This week was all about recycling, planting, and mother nature with our Preschool Earth Day theme Here were our plans for our Earth Day theme: And here are the details for each activity: Earth […]
This week was jam packed with Earth Day themed fun We learned about recycling, planting trees, and of course, the planet Earth! Here were our plans for our Earth Day theme: And here are the details of each activity: Our favorite books this week were: The Earth Book By Todd Parr Michael Recycle By […]
Are you ready for Earth Day?! My boys have always enjoyed learning about helping our Earth. I hope your students will enjoy these math, literacy, and writing themed Earth Day ideas! These Earth Day ideas are from my Earth Day Preschool Pack! You can grab it in my TPT shop! First we made a watercolor Earth. We used black glue (I just added some black liquid watercolor to our regular glue) to outline the Earth. Then we painted! We talked about how Earth is mostly made up of water. We love…