Celebrate Earth Day With Your Kids!

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Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

by TabTale

Happy Earth Day, TabTalers! It's time to celebrate nature and the environment! On Earth Day, we take the time to appreciate nature and discuss new ways to protect our planet. Whether its recycling water bottles, walking to school or cleaning up the local park, we all have the power and privilege to care for our planet. This Earth Day, let's teach our kids the importance in preserving nature and helping the Earth stay clean!

Here are 3 of our favorite earth friendly apps for you and your kids to enjoy on Earth Day:

1) Baby Playground - This app is all about caring for the playground! What better place to be celebrating nature than at the outdoor playground with really fun slides and swings! Enjoy environmentally friendly activities like finding hidden treasures with the metal detector and creating original recycled art! Make sure to plant a beautiful garden at the playground and care for your flowers!

2) Baby Tree House - Join your favorite babies for a tree house adventure packed with fun-filled games and outdoor surprises! Decorate the tree house, fix up the attic, make awesome paper airplanes and so much more! Have fun outdoors as you explore the stars and planets, play alongside the river and help adorable animals find their way home! After playing with this app, your children just might ask you to build them a real tree house!

3) Crazy Camping Day - Get ready for a crazy camping trip, packed with outdoor activities and fun games! In this app, help the Brown family find their way to the camping ground and overcome all kinds of camping challenges along the way! Treat Rex the family dog, build a tent to sleep in, roast marshmallows at the campfire and more! Camping is the perfect way to celebrate Earth Day and enjoy the great outdoors!

We hope playing with these apps gets your whole family excited about Earth Day. Make sure to put down your tablet for a bit and explore nature and the outdoors. Apps are super fun and educational, but so is being outside on Earth Day!