Celebrate Earth Day with these free Earth Day bookmarks printable that you can color in. There are 6 different printable bookmarks to download and color.
Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22nd and has been since 1970. It is such an important subject to discuss with children, even at a young age.
Add these to your Earth Day activities for elementary student and encourage the kids to be creative and read this April.
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Conversation Starters on Earth Day
These Earth Day free printable bookmarks to color are a perfect way to start the conversation about planet Earth and how to look after it.
Each bookmark measures 2.5 x 8.5 inches and there are 3 on each page. All ready to be colored in with either pens or crayons.
Discussing important subjects with kids is super important, but I always find that doing it when they are having fun works better.
These conversation ideas are great when they are coloring in their Earth Day bookmarks.
If you are looking for some new Earth Day books for kids check out our favorites.
- How can you help save the world?
- Why should we turn off the lights when we are not in the room?
- What animal do you worry about the most?
- Is it better for the environment to walk?
- Is taking shorter showers going to help the planet?
- What things are most harmful to Earth?
- Is recycling helping the environment? Do you think you can help?
- Why turning off the faucet when brushing your teeth is important
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Additional Earth Day resources
- Earth Day coloring pages
- Earth Day scavenger hunt
- Earth Day crafts
- Earth Day word search
- Earth Day writing prompts
- Earth Day word scramble.
Download the free printable Earth Day Bookmarks
I recommend using a paper cutter too, just to make it perfect, unless, of course, you have a very steady hand.
Last Updated on 3 September 2023 by homeschoolof1