Kid’s Zone (Agriculture in the Classroom)
Learn how our Earth takes care of us by exploring this site of games and science.
You’ll find games and information about biodiversity and why it’s important.
EEK Environmental Education for Kids
An outdoor magazine about plants and animals in the world around us for kids in grades 4-8.
Energy Information Association
Learn energy fun facts, play games, find classroom activities here.
EPA Kids Club Homepage
Learn about anything environmental, air, land or water. Includes games, art and links.
“Just for Kids” Soil Biological Communities (Bureau of Land Management)
Join Wilbur the soil wizard as you explore the importance of soil, take an incredible soil journey or find out about all the critters that make soil their home.
National Geographic Kids
Includes games, videos, stories, activities, and personalized pages.
Kids & Families (National Wildlife Federation)
Click on your age group to discover games, crafts, books, art, homework help, family activities, magazine subscriptions and more.
Learn about forests through Smokey’s games, fun facts, and Smokey Club online.
Species fact sheets, "wild games", web of life, how kids can help defend the environment, even a Wildlife Adoption Center.
A place for children to interact with other kids, play, and have fun while learning the important connections between healthy soil/environment, healthy food, and healthy people. Kidsregen.org is part of The Rodale Institute's Youth Educational Program.
Global Warming Kids Site
This EPA site explains what global warming is and what causes it, and what you can do to help stop it. Educational but not overwhelming, the site provides definitions of each scientific term used and features simple global warming-themed games.
Kids Go Wild
Wild news, wild animal facts, environmental games. KidsGoWild.com also gives kids the chance to get involved in conservation by joining Conservation Kids, where you learn about saving wild animals and the environment! Sponsored by The Wildlife Conservation Society, headquartered at the world famous Bronx Zoo.
A new PBS website teaches kids ages 6 to 9 how they can help take care of the earth. Animated characters use games and activities to present facts about ecosystems and pollution. Children can build their own "EekoCreature" and help it overcome environmental problems.
Dr. E's Energy Lab
A monkey named Dr. E will teach you about renewable energy and energy efficiency at this U.S. Department of Energy site. Dr. E offers up online resources for everything from alternative fuels to solar energy.
Field Trip Earth
Travel the world via interviews, discussion groups, field reports, essays, slide shows and educator resources. Start on the "Choose a Field Trip" page, and use the airplane cursor to select a wildlife conservation project you'd like to visit.
This is the National Park Service's site for kids of all ages. Activities are presented for three age groups (6+, 10+, 13+) in categories Adventure, Exploration and Discovery. Challenges, puzzles, games and activities designed to educate children about nature and stewardship.
Earth Matters 4 Kids
Earth Matters correlates science with basic environmental principles, helping teachers, students (K-6) and community members gain a full understanding of how science works in natural surroundings, by bringing a virtual natural world into the classroom.