Earth Day Link-Up with Our Blog Ambassadors

Earth Day 2012 Link-Up with Melissa & Doug's Blog Ambassadors


Earth Day post by TeachMama5 Easy Ways to Raise Earth-friendly Kids

by Amy of TeachMama.com

Though my kids may scream at the occasional spider, cry when snow fills their boots or melt when the temperature reaches 110 degrees, I do believe they’re Earth-friendly, outdoor-loving kiddos. And there isn’t a whole lot to it. In celebration of Earth Day, here are five easy ways to raise Earth-friendly kids.
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Easy Waterproof Windsock for Earth Day from Valerie at InnerChildFun.comEasy Waterproof
Wind Sock

by Valerie of InnerChildFun.com

This colorful wind-sock craft could not be any easier or less expensive. It is completely made up of recyclables (which you probably already have on-hand) and is waterproof. We’ve made several of them to decorate our garden, and you may want to make a few of your own! See full post…

10 Simple Tips for Helping Kids Develop an Everlasting Love of Nature 10 Simple Tips for Helping Kids Develop an Everlasting Love of Nature

by Zina of LetsLassoTheMoon.com

Although we have a designated day for it, children enjoy celebrating Earth Day all year long. Join us for 10 Simple Tips for Helping Kids Develop an Everlasting Love of NatureNo need to go on a safari through Central Africa–delightful discoveries await you in your own backyard! Stop by throughout the weekend to enjoy a collection of over 100 Earth Day crafts, activities and ideas.  See full post…


Earth Day Eco Camera Craft for Kids by Stacy of KidsStuffWorld.comMake Your Own Eco Art Camera

by Stacy of KidsStuffWorld

Turn your trash into toys with a little paint and a lot of imagination. This Earth Day use items from your recycling bin to create this exciting new gadget, the Eco Art camera–half toy, half art project, 100% recycled goodness and a whole lot of awesome! Read all about this project and more on Stacy’s blog.
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15 Recycled Paper Roll Crafts for Earth Day by Allision from NoTimeForFlashCards.com15 Recycled Paper-Roll Crafts

by Allison of NoTimeForFlashCards.com

Earth Day is all about teaching children to respect the Earth and her resources. Using what we have to make something new lowers our impact on the earth and saves us money–those are two great lessons for any child. This Earth Day we have 15 great ideas to make something new with cardboard rolls. Check it out! See full post…

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Blogger Outreach

Melissa & Doug is committed to partnering with bloggers who have a strong connection with the Melissa & Doug brand and a representative following of parents, grandparents, educators and caregivers. If you are a blogger who actively reviews products, holds giveaways on your blog, recognizes and embraces the value of classic and creative play–we want to connect with you! If you are excited to share the ways you use Melissa & Doug products anytime, anywhere–in the home, classroom and more–let’s talk!

Please contact us for more information:
Maxi Kozler mkozler@MelissaAndDoug.com

Comments

  1. Haven Jones says:

    My daughter was born on Earth day and her 1st birthday is on the 22nd. I’m interested in incorporating an earth day activity into her birthdays. I’m looking forward to trying out some of your activities and TOYS to help make her day and our earths day special!

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