51 Environmental Activities Kids Can Do for Earth Day
This Earth Day your family can commemorate the occasion with fun ways to learn about the planet and how to protect it.
April 22, 2021, is a big day. It marks Earth Day’s 51st anniversary. And whether your children are attending school virtually, in person or a combination of both, there are a number of fun ways your family can commemorate the occasion by learning about the planet and how to protect it.
Building on our list from last year’s 50th anniversary of Earth Day, staff at Environment America put together 51 activities families can do at home to celebrate Earth Day and connect with the natural world around us.
Make videos in support of moving our country to 100 percent renewable energy. Post the video and tag your elected officials on social media.
Learn about the impact of transportation on our climate. Make a plan for how to incorporate more walking and biking into your family’s daily life -- and more public transit once we get past the need for social distancing.
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