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16 Inspiring Earth Day Art Projects for Kids


Earth Day is coming soon, on April 22nd. 

Looking for fun and eco-friendly ways to celebrate Earth Day with your kids? Art projects are a great way to get creative and teach children about the importance of sustainability and the environment. In this post, we have compiled a list of 16 inspiring Earth Day art projects for kids that use recycled, natural materials, and other eco-friendly techniques.

(On a side note, if you are on the look for some great illustrated books to read this Earth Day, you can check out my recommendations here)

From printing with plants to found material collages and land art projects, these art projects are designed to inspire young artists to think about their impact on the planet and how they can make a difference. Each project includes step-by-step instructions and photos to guide you and your kids through the creative process. Children will love getting messy while also learning about the importance of reducing waste and conserving resources. These art projects are perfect for use in the classroom, at home, or at community events to celebrate Earth Day and inspire young artists to take action for the planet.

So without further ado, let’s explore these 16 inspiring Earth Day art projects for kids and get creative with eco-friendly materials!

16 Inspiring Earth Day Art Projects for Kids:

1.Richard Shilling on Land Art For Kids by The Artful Parent| 2. Recycled Art Sculpture Mystery Box Challenge by ThinkerLab | 3. Yarn Sticks by BabbleDabbleDo| 4. Eco-Printing Tutorial by Gumnut Magic | 5. Recycled Material Art Wall by ArtBar | 6. Charcoal Leaf Drawing by Kids Craft Room | 7. Recycled Water Bottle Garden by Wonderful Backyard| 8. Carnival Masks by Art Bar



1. Painted Leafs by My Owl Barn | 2. Twirling Twig Mobile by BabbleDabbleDo | 3. Nature Drawing by Playful Learning | 4. Nature Waving by Craftiments| 5. Shadow Tracing Drawing by Artful Parent | 6. Autumn Leaves Painting by Artful Parent| 7. Kids Land Art by Rediscovering Families| 8. Decorative Sticks by Buggy and Buddy


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