Seven Earth Day-themed free printable worksheets to help children aged preschool and Kindergarten learn about nature, the earth, sustainability, and recycling. Children will practice tracing, coloring, patterns, sorting, and more!
🌎 Why We Love It
Every year on April 22, we celebrate Earth Day! Across the globe, people come together to learn and share ways to better care for the Earth. Those lessons include sustainability, the environment, recycling, and more.
We want to celebrate our Earth and all she does for us while reinforcing our educational lessons and literacy building blocks. These worksheets are designed to complement and aid your Earth Day lessons for children in Pre-K and Kindergarten.
♻️ Note: In the spirit of Earth Day, please remember to recycle the paper after your children finish these (and all other) worksheets!
💚 The Worksheets
These worksheets are appropriate for children ages 4 – 6, in Pre-K and Kindergarten.
- I Spy Earth Day Worksheet: Children find and circle Earth Day images.
- Tracing Worksheet: Children will trace the words “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Earth Day.”
- Recycling Practice: Children will cut out and sort images of recyclable and non-recyclable items.
- Patterns Worksheet: Children will identify Earth Day images in a pattern and circle the picture that comes next.
- Scavenger Hunt: Children will look at their surroundings for items related to Earth Day.
- Coloring: Children will color in pictures related to Earth Day.
- Ways to Help: Five ways young children can participate in Earth Day and help care for the Earth in real life.
📚 Educational Focus
Teachers and parents can use these worksheets to aid lessons about Earth Day, sustainability, recycling, and more!
- Children will practice important fine motor skills through tracing, coloring, cutting, and pasting.
- They’ll practice recognizing patterns and sorting.
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