Learn about Earth Day and practice pre-reading skills with these free printable Earth Day Literacy Activities!
These resources are a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to learn the ABC’s of Literacy including letter recognition, writing strokes, and much more!
While using these activities, your pre-readers will not only practice literacy concepts, but they will also work on their visual discrimination and fine motor skills.
These are important skills for your kids to develop, because they will use them while they’re learning to read and write.
Earth Day Literacy Activities:
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Whether you are a classroom teacher or homeschooling parent, you can add these themed activities to your lesson plans in April.
While your kids are doing these activities, you can teach them about Earth Day and how important it is to take care of our planet.
A fun way to extend one or all of these activities and learn more about Earth Day is by reading picture books like these:
If you are looking for more themed books, click on the Earth Day Books for Kindergarten link below.
Earth Day Alphabet Activities:
Earth Day Letter Search Activity
Earth Day Letter Recognition Cards
Earth Day Letter Maze Worksheets
Earth Day Color By Letter Worksheets
Earth Day Letter Match Activity
Earth Day Reading Activities:
Earth Day Books for Kindergarten
Earth Day Writing Activities:
These Earth Day Literacy Activities will help your preschoolers and kindergarteners learn about Earth Day while practice pre-reading skills!
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These Earth Day Activities are a fun and creative way to get children to think, write, and read about how they can help the Earth.
In this packet, you will receive an Earth Day craft, a writing prompt (with brainstorming web and word wall cards,) two readers for different levels, and a crown.
Click on the picture to learn more about the activities in this bundle!
More Spring Activities For Kids:
Are you looking for spring-themed activities for your kids too? Try these free printable resources!
Spring Letter Sounds Clip Cards from Books and Giggles
Spring Sequence Cards from Homeschool Preschool