Have a fun Earth Day with kids using these free coloring activities. Your kids will be matching Earth Day symbols with colors to create a special piece of art.
Find out more about these creative Earth Day coloring pages and get your free set today!
Enjoy a Creative & Fun Earth Day
Are you planning and preparing for an amazing Earth Day with your kids?
WooHoo! I’m so glad you’ve decided to join the celebration of this wonderful day 🙂
Earth Day is celebrated on April 22. This holiday is a delightful way to introduce your kids to the marvelous practice of taking better care of our planet.
My five boys and I weave these important concepts and lessons into our homeschool every year. I want my boys to learn essential life skills and environmental stewards.
I created these coloring activities (color-by-symbol) to add to our Earth Day unit study this year. Our learning fun adventures will span an entire week with environmental and Earth Day themes.
Cool Ways to Extend the Learning with These Earth Day Coloring Pages
These free coloring activities have a variety of Earth Day symbols, including:
- recycling can
- recycle symbol
- fluorescent light bulb
- conserve water
- water drops
- wind turbine
- cloth bag
- seed packet
I encourage you to chat with your kids about each of these Earth Day symbols and why they’re important. You can use books and videos to boost the learning fun about these environmentally friendly things.
I Am Earth: An Earth Day Book for KidsThe EARTH BookThank You, Earth: A Love Letter to Our PlanetEarth Day Every Day (Cloverleaf Books TM _ Planet Protectors)I Can Save the Earth!: One Little Monster Learns to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle (Little Green Books)Biscuit’s Earth Day CelebrationWhat a Waste: Trash, Recycling, and Protecting our PlanetWhy Should I Recycle? (Why Should I? Books)Compost Stew: An A to Z Recipe for the EarthEarth Day: An Alphabet BookEarth Day–Hooray! (MathStart 3)How to Help the Earth-by the Lorax (Dr. Seuss) (Step into Reading)Heal the Earth (Julian Lennon White Feather Flier Advent)The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle: A Story About Recycling (Little Green Books)The Adventures of an Aluminum Can: A Story About Recycling (Little Green Books)
Also, please use the back of each color-by-symbol page-recycle! Give simple prompts to write or draw slogans or posters for fun Earth Day activities with kids.
Provide a variety of fun coloring utensils for these Earth Day projects. Markers, crayons, color pencils, Kwik Stix, and watercolor paints are fabulous options 🙂
Crayola Colored Pencils Set, School Supplies, Presharpened, 36 CountCrayola Twistables Colored Pencils Coloring Set, Gift Age 3+ – 30 CountCrayola 52-3287 Ultra Clean Washable Crayons, 64 Classic Colors with Built in Sharpener Assorted, StandardCrayola Mini Twistables Crayons, 24 Classic Colors Non-Toxic Art Tools for Kids & Toddlers 3 & Up, Great For Kids Classrooms Or Preschools, Self-Sharpening No-Mess Twist-Up CrayonsCrayola Ultra Clean Washable Broad Line Markers, 40 Classic Colors, Gift For KidsCrayola 50ct Washable Super Tips Markers 50 Color VarietyPencil Grip Kwikstix Thin Stix Solid Tempera Paint, Super Quick Drying, 12 Classic Colors (TPG-608) PaintArtist’s Loft 36 Color Fundamental Watercolor Pan Set with Paint Brush – Watercolor Set for Beginners and ProfessionalsCrayola Washable Watercolors, 16 Count (Pack of 2) Total 32 Count
Get Your Free Earth Day Coloring Activities for a Fun Celebration with Kids
Grab this free printable set of Earth Day color-by-symbol pages!
This pack includes 4 pages of Earth Day coloring fun.
You may print out as many copies of these coloring activities as you need for your kids, class, library, or co-op. I ask that you please share the link to this post to any friends or co-workers who may enjoy these printables with their kids 🙂
When you subscribe and join the Rock Your Homeschool community, you’ll receive this printable set in a PDF download in an email, along with a password to open the Subscriber’s Library to all RYHS freebies. Plus, you will get emails with ideas and encouragement to make learning fun.
(Psst! Current RYHS members just need to access the Subscriber Freebies page and enter the password in your welcome email. Or get the instant download in the email the week of this post.)
How will you celebrate Earth Day with your kids?
I’d love to read your ideas in the comments area below.
It’s fascinating to learn about all the wonderful ways to enjoy this special day 🙂
If you like these Earth Day coloring activities, you’ll love our other free Earth Day resources: