It’s Earth Day!  And in honor of our beautiful Earth, let’s get outside and have some fun! Let’s use the day to learn to appreciate the Earth and how to protect and take care of it.  We can start with our kids by helping them find and enjoy the beautiful things Earth offers us.

We are here to help with fun, local Earth Day events and FREE Earth Day printable you can do at home.

Earth Day: Local Events

  1. Earth Day Celebration/Green Expo – Calabasas on April 13, 2024
  2. Arbor Earth Day Celebration – Thousand Oaks on April 20, 2024
  3. Paws for the Planet – Moorpark Zoo
  4. Earth Day Celebration – Ventura on April 20, 2024
  5. Love Your Plant – Camarillo on April 20, 2024
  6. Earth Day Festival – Santa Barbara on April 27 – 28, 2024
  7. Earth Festival and Community Yard Sale – Moorpark on May 4, 2024

Earth Day Free Printable

Earth Day Scavenger Hunt

Enjoy this FREE PRINTABLE scavenger hunt with your kids.  Get outside and celebrate the beauty all around us this Earth Day. Simply click the picture to print the fun or use the picture on your phone!

Earth Day Scavenger Hunt

Earth Day Coloring Pages

After the fun of a scavenger hunt, let’s color!  Use these FREE PRINTABLE coloring pages to continue celebrating Earth Day!

Earth Day Coloring Pages

Earth Day Lorax Craft

The story of the Lorax is such a great story and a great one to read for Earth Day.  After reading the book or talking about the story, let’s make a craft.  Use the FREE PRINTABLE Lorax Craft pages to be creative this Earth Day.

Earth Day Craft The Lorax

Other Earth Day Ideas

Earth doesn’t have to be celebrated just for one day.  You can celebrate all weekend long and all year long.  Here are some ideas to continue to love our Earth for Earth day.

  1. Plant a new flower or vegetable plant.
  2. Ride a bike to a local store instead of driving.
  3. Start a recycling bin.
  4. Get involved in a beach or community cleanup.
  5. Plant a tree in the yard or community.
  6. Pick an area of your community to “adopt,” and keep clean on a regular basis.


Earth Day

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Cascia Smith
Cascia was born and raised in the Arizona heat. While receiving her Pre-Med degree at HIU in California, a blonde, surfing, skateboarding boy stole her heart. In 2004, she married Chuck and had many adventures living in Arizona, California and Colorado. They now call Simi Valley home and have three wild and curious children - Becker (10), Bodie (7) and Lyla (6). She has been blessed to be a teacher, summer camp staff/program director, SAHM and now the owner of Ventura County Mom Collective. Playing guitar, writing songs, and reading any and every parenting book helps keep her sane and happy! A good cup of coffee or a bubbly La Croix can usually be found in her hand! She tries to live by the motto "I'd rather recover from failure than live with regret.


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