Teaching children to recycle and reduce their impact on the Earth from an early age is important, and when it comes to young children, the easiest way to do that is by making it fun.
Not sure how to do that? Well that’s okay! This week’s Mom’s Library features have got you covered!
From free printable activities and books to read to fun activities and science experiments, you’re sure to find something that gets your little ones excited about going green this Earth Day!
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This week’s features!
Earth Month Scavenger Hunt from Edventures with Kids
Pollution in a Fish Tank: An Earth Day Science Experiment from Christianity Cove
Earth Day Books from Crafty Moms Share
30 Page Printable Earth Day Activity Pack from Happy & Blessed Home
Earth Day Printables and Activities from Living Montessori Now
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