Earth Day Crack The Code Printable for Kids Age 5 and Up
What’s right around the corner and a great opportunity for education? Earth Day! There are so many great opportunities to share lessons about the environment this time of year. As soon as the ground thaws start a garden with your child and give them a hands on appreciation for how things grow. And don’t forget to print out some of my Earth Day puzzles, like this Earth Day Crack The Code printable.
This Earth Day Crack the Code Printable is intended for anyone over the age of 5. Older kids can have just as much fun as the little people with this one. If your child likes puzzles they will enjoy solving this one.
If you are doing an Earth Day unit in geography and you teach school, or do home school, then this is also useful for you. Earth Day discussion and learning could be contained in a geography or social sciences unit. There’s a heavy dose of literacy and English to be applied here too though. Look for more printables this Earth Day here. I have a few in the works.
Instructions for the Earth Day Crack the Code Printable:
Click on the image above and save and print it out for your students, or children. And while you are at it, don’t forget to print out this Earth Day Crossword and Earth Day Wordsearch. By the way the Earth Day Crack The Code answer key is here if you need to check your child’s work.
Thanks for the fun activities!
I used to love these puzzles as a kid. Then I love to do them with my own kids. Thank you!
My neighbor’s kid would have a ball solving this code!
My grandson will have fun with these, thank you
Ashley Chassereau Parks
My oldest loves stuff like this! I’ll have to show it to her in the morning!! My kids are very excited for Earth Day!
thanks for sharing the fun activities! I could see these being really enjoyed 🙂
this is great for kids. thank you.
Thanks for sharing — it’s important to get the kids involved in Earth Day.
My neighbors kid just won an essay contest and now gets money to plant a community garden, you are never too young to help kiddos!
These are great activities for keeping the the mind active.
Cool, my nephew would love figuring out the code..
My grandchildren will love these. Thank you.
This looks like a lot of fun for kids. My niece would enjoy it.