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Earth Day Acrostic Poem Worksheets – 2 Free Printables

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Get two free Earth Day Acrostic Poem printable worksheets, each featuring either the word “nature” or “earth” written inside a globe, surrounded by cute environmental imagery. This is a great no-prep activity to celebrate nature, sustainability, poetry, and more!

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Use our Earth Day Acrostic Poem printables to celebrate Earth Day in your classroom!

The worksheets feature fun imagery and the word prompts “earth” and “nature” written inside a globe.

And since Earth Day always falls on April 22, and April just so happens to be National Poetry Month, this no-prep activity is an educational double whammy!

You can include them in your lessons about poetry, beginning sounds, seasons, rhyming, the history of Earth Day, sustainability, and/or the environment!

Just remember to pair them with some of our other Earth Day-themed resources, like our Earth Day Word Search and Activity Worksheets!

Two printed Earth Day Acrostic Printable Worksheets with Crayola markers.

Sample Earth Day Acrostic Poems

Students use the words on the worksheets to as prompts to write about their favorite things about nature or ways to celebrate Earth Day.

Younger students can write in single words on each line, and you can give them some sample word starters, while older students can write longer phrases using more advanced vocabulary.

Remember, the phrases do not have to rhyme!

  • Nature needs to be preserved
  • Animals are important
  • Think about solutions
  • Understand how to help
  • Recycle as much as possible
  • Earth Day is every day
  • Everyone can do something
  • Amazing wild habitats
  • Rain is good for plants
  • Together we can help the planet
  • Happy people and animals

Tips & Info

  • In the spirit of Earth Day, be sure to recycle the paper when you’re done!
  • Have students color in the pictures and the Earth once they’ve completed their poem. They display beautifully!
  • This activity is great for students in first through fourth grade.

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