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Use these printable worksheets, crafts, and games can be used to celebrate Earth Day (April 22).
Select the apple core icon () below each worksheet to see connections to the Common Core Standards.
Earth Day Crafts & GamesEarth Day Mascot Craft Free
Make a smiling planet Earth with arms and legs that move. Color the Earth. Then cut out the arms and legs and attach them to the Earth with brass paper fasteners.Layers of the Earth Member
Cut, color, and glue to make a little book that shows the layers of the Earth: crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core.Plant Life Scavenger Hunt Free
Hide facts about plants around the classroom. Students must fine the facts and answer the questions.
Earth Day WorksheetsHow I can Be Kind to the Earth Member
Create a mini-book with ways to be kind to the Earth.Parts of a Plant Free
Label the parts of the plant shown in the picture and tell what each part does to keep the plant alive. Parts include stem, roots, flower, and leaves.
Reading ComprehensionEarth Day Fun Member
It's a beautiful day and all Miranda can think about is riding her bike in the park with her best friend Meredith, but Meredith has plans to plant trees for Earth Day. Can Meredith help Miranda see the importance of Earth Day?These Trees (Poem) Member
Students will enjoy this cute poem about different species of trees. The poem is written at a fourth grade reading level.Solar Energy Article (Non-Fiction) Member
Find out how energy from the sun can create electricity. This passage is written at a 3rd grade reading level.Wonderful Walnuts (Non-Fiction) Member
Read the article about Wonderful Walnuts and answer the reading comprehension questions that follow. This article is written at a 4th grade reading level.
This worksheet has a picture of a boy planting a tree. Color the picture and write a creative story to go along with the illustration.
Earth Day MathAddition - Earth Day Member
Find the sums of these three-digit addition problems. Graphics include a picture of the Earth. There's also an Earth Day word problem.Addition Puzzle: Earth Day Free
Add to find the sums, then use the answers to glue the picture puzzle together.Subtraction - Earth Day Free
This 3-digit subtraction worksheet has Earth Day graphics and a word problem about planting trees.Subtraction Puzzle: Earth Day Member
Subtract the four-digit minus three digit subtraction problems. The complete the puzzle based on the answers.Multiplication Puzzle: Earth Day Member
Complete the three-digit by one-digit multiplication problems. Then complete the cut-and-glue puzzle.Division Puzzle: Earth Day Member
Find the quotients for each three-digit long division problem, then finish the cut-and-glue Earth Day puzzle.
See also:Spring Worksheets
Print spring word searches, math printables, blank calendars for kids, and reading comprehension activities.Easter Worksheets
Your students will also love these printable Easter mystery pictures, crafts, and worksheets.Animal Articles
This page contains dozens of interesting animal reading comprehension passages.