Easy Earth Day Pin Craft or Celebrate Multicultural Week for Kids / Teens

Make a cool Earth Day pin to celebrate your next multicultural program! 

Made with wooden buttons and yarn, even teens will enjoy this cute multicultural craft project for kids. Its got personality!

Easy Earth Day Pin Multicultural week easy craft for kids and teens to celebrate
Just paint wooden buttons and circles in different skin tones.

Pin is made from a small wooden circle sold by the bag in craft stores. A gold pin back also sold by the bag in craft stores, Wooden Button Beads, Yarn, Tempera or Acrylic paints, Hot glue or Tacky Glue.
  • Paint your circle to look like the Earth with beautiful blues and greens.
  • After it dries, glue on the wooden buttons - as many as you like - we chose 3.
  • Give each bead "hair" from yarn or embroiderery thread (craft doll hair scraps work too!) 
  • Use permanent markers to draw on faces, freckles, expressions.
  • Remember to make each one different; paint the beads different skin tones.
  • Lastly, affix the pin to the back with hot or tacky glue.

Kids can wear this in honor of a Multi-Cultural week or to celebrate Earth Day!

Wood Craft Cute Earth Day Multi-cultural pin
Backing of multicultural, Earth Day pin.

Change it up and put a magnet on the back for your locker or fridge. 

Recommended Reading:

The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle: A Story About Recycling (Little Green Books)*

More Earth Day Activities for Kids

Earth Day--Hooray! (MathStart 3)*

Earth Day (Robin Hill School)*


Lora is a homeschooling mom, writer, creator of Kids Creative Chaos, and Director of the Play Connection.