This free printable Earth Day quiz for kids is the perfect way to teach kids about Earth Day and talk about ways you can better the Earth as a family! Kids will love to answer these quiz questions around the dinner table making them a great way to get away from screen time and enjoy time as a family instead.
A couple of months ago my son got a pack of brain questions as his toy in a kids meal at our favorite fast food restaurant. The next month when we went back to get more brain questions, they had changed the puzzle and riddle packs to a set of table questions – questions to ask around the table to get your kids talking. That’s where it started.
Ever since that first pack of questions, my son now associates eating dinner at the table with asking and answering questions together as a family. Some days they are trivia questions about his favorite cartoon characters and some days it’s just questions to distract him from the fact the TV isn’t on.
Questions on the Earth Day Quiz for Kids
I thought it would be fun to create a Earth Day quiz for kids with questions to talk about together. Some of them are trivia style questions and some of them are just talking questions. And some of them are questions to get your kids opinions on what kind of things you can do to better our earth, giving you a chance to explain why we celebrate Earth Day at all.
We went through this list of questions this weekend, and it was so fun to see what my son said. Kids are funny. He decided that we needed to plant flowers at our house to make the Earth prettier (and because everyone else in the neighborhood has them) and that he needs to take swimming lessons so he can enjoy the water more. I can take a hint – bought flowers to plant and set up swimming lessons that night.
Print This Earth Day Quiz for Kids
I like to think that the Earth Day quiz questions are working. They’re starting conversations, giving me ideas of family activities, and teaching my son things. You can print the free printable list of Earth Day Quiz questions for kids by clicking on the link or image below. I put two on a sheet so you and your partner can alternate asking questions from the same sheet; that’s what we do at least. Enjoy!
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