Earth Day is almost here, and by now you’ve probably already started to think about how you want to celebrate Earth Day. If you are looking for ideas for how to spend your Earth Day, I encourage you to think a little outside the box this year. While crafting planets and other materials can be a great way to get kids involved, it ends up creating more waste! Instead, try using recycled materials this year with some of these handy crafts for Earth Day! All of these crafts use recycled materials so your kids can make an impact and have fun at the same time!
A butterfly, bee and ladybug… so many bugs to make with this craft!
Grab some boxes, tubes and aluminum foil to make this fun quirky recycled robot!
Make up a batch of paper mache (using flour) to make your own solar system!
A fun craft that you can play with when your done!
This bunny is so sweet and also makes a great Easter craft!
This is a great craft to recycle plastic eggs – you may want to save this one until after Easter!
Get ready to blast off with this quick and easy rocket craft!
These little bees are so cute!
A great craft for the older kids, plus you can play with it once it’s made!
A great science activity for preschoolers!
This jellyfish looks so cool – a great craft for older kids!
Upcycle those old broken crayons into these cool gems!
This turtle craft is so adorable – grab a loofa!
The kids can make the pirate ship and then play with it after!
A HUGE craft that the kids can sit in when it’s done!
The kids can build their very own construction site to play with!
Put your empty yogurt cups to good use!
These windsocks are so pretty! The older kids will love this craft!
A great project for the older kids in your life!
The kids will have so much fun playing pretend with these puppets!
There you have it, 20 fun crafts made from recycled materials for kids of all ages! Which one will you have your kids try first?