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Sustainable Fun: Earth Day Crafts for Preschoolers at Kids 'R' Kids of Fort Mill, Preschool. Childcare, daycareCelebrating Earth Day is all about appreciating and protecting our planet.

One of the best ways to convey this message to preschoolers is through eco-friendly crafts. These crafts are designed to be both fun and educational, providing young children with a deeper understanding of sustainability.

Bird Feeders from Recycled Materials: Use recycled materials like plastic bottles or milk cartons to create bird feeders. This craft is not only a creative recycling project but also teaches children about caring for wildlife.

Homemade Plantable Paper: Involve kids in making plantable paper. Mix recycled paper pulp with seeds, press and dry them to create sheets of paper that can be planted. Children learn about recycling and how paper can be given a new life.

Upcycled Wind Chimes: Create wind chimes using materials like old keys, metal lids, or bamboo. This project encourages your preschooler to think about reusing materials instead of discarding them.

Eco-Friendly Playdough: Make playdough using natural ingredients like flour, salt, and water. Add natural colorants like beetroot juice or turmeric for color. This activity is a fun way to teach children about using eco-friendly materials.

Paper Mache with Recycled Paper: Use recycled newspapers to create paper mache projects. This versatile craft allows children to build a variety of objects while learning about the value of reusing paper.

These Earth Day crafts are perfect for teaching preschoolers about environmental stewardship in a fun and hands-on way. They not only enjoy the process of creating but also learn valuable lessons about sustainability and protecting our planet.

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