Earth Day is a great reason to get your kids learning about how to care for the Earth, but also to teach them about the world and the continents we reside in. Making a globe is a creative Earth Day project that also stands alone as a cute decor for the room or art project. Make a chalkboard or painted globe to decorate, or create beautiful textured, tissue paper or globe garlands with these unique projects!
Copper Chalkboard Globe (via I Spy DIY)
Give an old globe an updated and modern look with a copper stand and a sleek chalk finish.
Decoupage Globe (via Persia Lou)
Turn an vintage globe into a story telling piece of decor with your favorite art and characters pasted on it.
Paper Globe (via Design & Paper)
Make any color paper globe you’d like with this free printable from Le Paper Globe that includes English text or a blank template to decorate as you’d like.
Standing Paper Globe (via Robives)
Here’s another cute paper globe (free printable included) kids can help assemble that stands upright when it’s done. The blank continents are great for kids to draw and fill in.
Textured Globe (via Crafts By Amanda)
Find out how to make this gorgeous textured globe with just a few common craft materials. It makes such a pretty hanging decor when finished!
Chalkboard Globe Letters (via Hey Hey Mandy Kay)
Love this version of a chalkboard globe with inspirational quotes over it!
Globe Garland (via Poppytalk)
What a great idea for using old maps! Turn them into cute folded globes and string them together to make a garland that will inspire adventures.
Paper Mache Globe (via She Knows)
Get the kids happily engaged in this messy, homemade paper mache project to sculpt their own planet earth.
Tissue Paper Globe (via Meet The Dubiens)
This adorable kid-made tissue paper globe will have them singing “we’ve got the whole world in our hands” in a snap.
How are you celebrating Earth Day with the kids this year?