Bureau of Land Management
Shares games and activities about public lands, soil, energy, wildfires, silent invaders, and history mysteries. Includes homework helpers.
Climate Change North
Provides background information and resources for intermediate and high school aged children. Focuses particularly on how climate change affects the lives of those in Northern Canada.
Earth Matters 4 Kids
Gives environmental news, cycles and ecosystems, and earth's environment. Includes treasure hunt and recycle game.
Eco Kids: Biodiversity
Explains biodiversity, species diversity, environment, and how the Earth's food supply depends on biodiversity and how human activities play a role in the loss of biodiversity.
Offers homework help for children on environmental and wildlife topics, plus a large selection of games and information for children in Canada on how to become an Eco Reporter.
Research project for grades K-12 tells how to get started. Shares interactive games and Phoenix ecosystem information.
Environmental Sites for Kids
Helpful resource provides a multitude of links for all sorts of environmental Web sites for kids, covering the earth, oceans, animals, and solar system.
EPA Student Center
Environmental Proctection Agency offers links for both students and teachers to club projects, ecosystems, human health, waste and recycling, water, conservation, and fun activities.
Fifty Things To Do
Exciting way for kids to become involved in the outdoors and explore 50 different things that they can do.
The Great Green Web Game
Interactive board game which challenges children's knowledge of environmental issues. From the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Features animated adventures of a family who cares about the earth. Includes episodes, games, downloads, activity guide, and blog. A WGBH program.
Kids Do Ecology
Teaches children about ecology, conservation, data recording, world biomes and animals.
Nab the Aquatic Invader
Kids become private investigators to help identify and arrest invasive aquatic species endangering the Pacific, Gulf, Atlantic, and Great Lakes.
National Wildlife Federation Kids
Presents various information about wildlife, wildlife conservation, global warming, and related issues. Also features news and magazines.
Natural History Museum: Kids Only
Featuring games, quizzes and fun ideas from the Natural History Museum. Includes information about dinosaurs, life, and a photo gallery.
Teachers primary aged children about reducing, reusing and recycling materials, with articles, facts, quizzes and activities.
Prince William Sound: Paradise Lost?
Provides information on this oil spill, which occurred in the Prince William Sound, Alaska, on March 24, 1989. Includes timeline, photographs and information on the clean up and lessons learned.
Seusville: The Lorax
Presents environmentally themed games, discussion ideas and tips themed around the Dr Seuss Book "The Lorax".
Tiki the Penguin
Includes games, quizzes, music, and guides exploring pollution, climate change, food, and what kids can do to help.
The Wild Ones
The Wildlife Trust's resource on conservation, wildlife and bioscapes; includes materials for students and teachers.