Do you speak for the trees? The Lorax does! I love the message both the movie and the book give about taking care of our Earth. To celebrate Read Across America and the birthday of Dr Seuss, we made a recycled k cup Lorax craft. It also makes a fun craft for Earth Day. Recycled . . . . .
It’s time to get artsy with newspaper crafts! Last month the #kidscraftstars challenge theme was NEWSPAPER. I have round up everyone’s projects and am sharing them here with you. With Earth Day right around the corner, these recycled newspaper crafts would be great to make with the kids! Creative Recycled Newspaper Crafts My kids were super excited . . . . .
With Earth Day right around the corner and Big Brother into taking care of our earth, I thought it would be great to get Little Sister, who is preschool-aged, more acquainted with reducing, reusing, and recycling. We read the book titled, “The Great Trash Bash” by Loreen Leedy. I actually purchased this book from Goodwill . . . . .
Earth Day is the perfect time to teach little ones about caring for our beautiful Earth. They can learn about not littering, how to recycle, composting, gardening, saving water, upcycling, and so on. Books are a great way to help kids learn about these topics in an exciting and relatable way. Here are 10 exciting . . . . .
Wait, don’t throw that newspaper out! Instead turn it into a cool-looking wall hanging. Head over to the Gummy Lump Toys blog to see how my son and I made this recycling truck craft and to check out the owl-dorable one I made with my daughter.