This I can help the Earth by worksheet provides a fun cut and paste craft activity for Earth Day. Kids will love using this template to make a mini-book out of various colored papers.
It is a great opportunity to teach kids about the ways we can care for our planet in a very simple and easy way. In this activity, you can talk about watering plants, switching off lights, recycling things, caring for our animals, etc. which the kids can relate with easily. This activity not only helps them to reinforce their learning about the environment but also provides a great scissor practice for little hands!
You can do this activity with preschoolers, kindergarteners, and elementary school kids as a family or as a school project. If you are looking for more Earth day worksheets for your lesson plans, you may want to check out this happy vs Sad Earth printable activity for kids.
Supplies you need to make I can help the Earth by mini notebook
- I can help the Earth by worksheet
- Glue stick
- Three white A4 papers
- Colored papers
How to make a mini notebook with our I can help the Earth by worksheet
Download and print the I can help the Earth by printable pdf. It comes with step-by-step instructions and the Earth day worksheet. You can print out the template on white A4 construction paper.
Let the kids cut out all the parts of the template. Use the big plain circle template to cut out 6 circles from different colored papers.
Hold all of those 6 circles together and staple two pins near to an edge. You will get a mini-book with 6 leaves. The first and last leaves will become the cover of the book.
Stick the Earth template with the wording-‘I can help the Earth by” on the top cover of your book. Now you can talk to the kids about each topic in the rest of the circles. There are 8 circles with simple graphics covering these points: turning off lights, saving water, recycling, being kind to animals, walking when you can, planting seeds, watering plants, and using both sides of a paper.
If there is a group of kids, you can ask each of them to choose a circle with an activity they want to do to save the Earth. This will also give them a sense of responsibility.
Stick each small circle in the mini-book starting from the second leaf. Don’t forget to use both sides of the paper to stick the circles.
Finish sticking all the 8 circles in the mini-book and the kids are ready to display their project for Earth Day!
Did you like this fun Earth Day cut and paste activity?
You may want to pair it with some of our easy recycled crafts!