Earth Week

Earth Day Flag

Earth Day is April 22nd each year.

Earth Day is not an official federal holiday, but many people around the world organize and participate in events to bring awareness to the environment and protecting Earth’s natural resources.

Spend some time this week enjoying the outdoors!

Send Your Art
Draw your best picture of the Earth using any medium of your choice, and send it to us at – we will post it for others to see in the Multipurpose.

Use the Research Center to find an Earth Day event near you.

Explore Google Earth

Amazing Earth Slideshow:

Environment & Pollution Resources:

LiveScience: Pollution Facts & Types of Pollution

Are we destroying our environment?

Ocean Plastics Pollution: A Global Tragedy for Our Oceans and Sea Life

Earth Week Activities:

  1. Make a robot out of recycled household products.
  2. Plant a tree.
  3. Write a poem about the Earth.
  4. If you don’t have one, create a recycle bin: Example 1, Example 2, Example 3
  5. Go outside and draw a tree using traditional art supplies.
  6. Color one of the coloring pages: Tree | Earth Day | Recycle