These eco-friendly windsocks will turn your Earth Day celebration into a magical one!
The best thing about creating windsocks is that you can use different materials as a base. Just add crepe papers and it’s done!
Making paper plate windsocks for Earth Day is simple and enjoyable for kids. They get to paint and decorate the plates, enhancing fine motor skills and then watch their creations dance in the wind—a fun way to celebrate and appreciate our planet.
How to make an Earth Day windsock:
- Paper plates
- Solid poster paint, green and blue
- Crepe papers, green and blue
- Glue gun and glue sticks
- Color the paper plate with the green and blue poster paint sticks. Blue representing the sky and green for the land.
- Wrap the crepe paper around the stick.
- Attach the stick at the back of the paper plate.
- Cut around 1 inch of blue and green crepe papers and attach them at the top back part of the paper plate.
Hope you enjoy this Earth Day craft!
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