Free Earth Day Printables | Mum In The Madhouse

Free Earth Day Printables

Why not browse our free Earth Day printables which complement our other free Earth Day activities? These free colouring pages for preschool and older kids provide an excellent basis for discussing Earth Day on April 22nd, protecting the environment and caring for our world.

Earth Day is 22nd of April and these coloring sheets are a great way to celebrate and communicate why our world is so important and what we can do to help it.

Download our free Earth Day Printable Coloring pages.  They are a great way to talk about Earth Day on April 22nd

Free Earth Day Coloring Pages

Ask the children to grab some pens or crayons colour in this poster of Planet Earth, they make a great addition to lesson plans.

This Earth Day worksheet is a great starting point to talk about recycling and how we can help by reusing and repurposing plastics rather than just recycling them.

Making a plastic water bottle requires six times as much water as the bottle itself contains.

We have some more intricate free printables that are great for highlighting the need to take care of the earth. These are great for older kids or even adults.

We have some Earth Day crafts that complement these Earth day worksheets and also a nature walk scavenger hunt.

Take a look at our free Earth Day printables. These free colouring pages for preschool and older kids provide a basis for discussing Earth Day on April 22nd

How to Download Printables for Earth Day

These printables are offered for your personal, non-commercial use only. Mass-production of this printable is not permitted, even for non-profit purposes. Please do not upload these Earth Day Colouring Sheets to other sites – instead, if you want to let people know about these freebies, post a link to this page. Pinning is okay as long as the pin links back to this page. Thanks!

All you need to do is add click on add to cart and they will be added to your shopping cart. When you are finished click on the cart at the top right of your page and follow the instructions on the screen. You will not be charged and the free pdf file will be available for you to download immediately and will also be emailed to your inbox.

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I always print my printables directly onto 160 gsm cardstock using my Epson Ecotank Printer rather than regular paper, this way they are a little more durable and the pens do not bleed through to the other side. However, if you do not have a home printer then just pop to a library and use theirs.

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