All sites in this category are geared toward kids and teens ages 3-18 and provide information or activities related to nature and environment.
Nature study basics, with an emphasis on backyard plants and animals. Includes a section on naming and classification, list making, and "why bother with nature?"
A site for those interested in animals and the natural world around them; has wild life facts, games and competitions. Produced by the BBC Natural History Unit.
Learn about public lands, plants and animals, and how to volunteer in your state. Activity booklets with tips to help protect the land. From the Bureau of Land Management. [Booklets require free Adobe download.]
Provides simple suggestions for kids and teens to help prevent environmental problems like pollution, urban sprawl, and mistreatment of wildlife.
A non-profit organization which helps young people learn about animals, plants, ecology, and nature centers. Site also provides a forum for people to share their creative ideas and knowledge of the environment.
Find out about Florida state parks, air and water resources, and waste management. Take a quiz or read fast facts.
Indian online children's magazine for ecology. Read nature notes, tales, about culture, plants, animals, environmentalists, endangered and extinct species.
Find activities and games, animal sounds and learn ways to help conserve the environment.
New site promoting environmentally friendly activities. Includes links.
An educational web site about earth ecology, plant and animal life, and wildlife.
Flag design competition by children aged 5 to 19, from Norway, Switzerland and countries in the European Union. Includes illustrations of winning projects.
National non-profit youth organization empowers kids to help solve local environmental problems.
Provides environmentally educative games, stories, a picture gallery, calendar of events, contests, and facts about Earth's environment. Membership is free to schools and youth groups in Canada.
Interactive examination of ecological concepts including natural selection, population balance, exchange cycles, and environmental protection. Includes quizzes, activities and project ideas.
Features interactive entertainment and education with games, puzzles, jokes, and cartoons designed to help kids discover cool things about nature, science and ecology.
From air pollution to energy, learn more about the world in which you live through games, poems, stories, and ask-an-expert.
Interactive online magazine by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Designed for children in grades 4-8.
Captain Earthworm, Captain Redbird, and Captain Bluegill present information about recycling, pollution, and tips for keeping the environment healthy. Includes activities.
Learn about global warming, acid precipitation, earth's energy systems, natural resources, and water conservation.
Op-Ed article discusses claims about Montana's declining environmental health. Includes reported problems, facts about the state, statistics for parts of the world, and government regulation versus private enterprise.
Looks at a variety of issues related to the environment, including topics such as air, food, energy, water, population, and waste.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's site for kids. Lots of fun and interesting things to read and do to learn about the environment.
More than a dozen interactive studies related to the environment. For middle and high school students. Includes teacher guides for classroom use.
Learn how students help by collecting local environmental data and sharing their observations between schools and with scientists via the Internet.
Preschoolers through teenagers will find great ways they can help take care of the earth.
From the Centre for Environmental Education (CEE), kRg offers educational activities and games about many aspects of the environment. Also offers crafts and a theme of the month.
Every 8 weeks, Maggie is sent on a "Mission Impossible" style adventure that teaches kids about the environment. Each mission features an 8-minute cartoon with music, games, gadgets, and factual content. Requires Flash plug-in.
Play games, go on a virtual tour and meet Ranger Rick in this fun website.
Ten ways that kids can protect nature. Also features challenge activities kids can do at home, as well as subject links.
Features environmental games, science, puzzles, and research information.
FAQ about the world's oil supply.
Looks at sustainability with a focus on the three R's: reducing, reusing, and recycling. Includes a club, games, and news.
A children's interactive web site about the environment, with card games, a free recycle kit to print, coloring book, and lots of interesting facts.
Helps you learn how to think, not what to think, about the environment.
Information about and sample materials from an interactive, interdisciplinary wildlife conservation and environment.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds tells about recycling, saving water, using less energy and protecting wetland habitats.
Learn about the functions and negative impacts of soil. Includes activities and games.
Examines how people's shopping habits can affect the planet. Includes interactive quiz.
Looks at the need to protect the environment as well as the challenges involved. Focuses on the importance of preserving history, conserving natural resources for future use, and developing earth-friendly habits.
Explores topics such as pollution, climate change and food. Also has quizzes, jokes and puzzles.
United Nations program for children from all over the world who want to help the environment. Includes facts, games, competitions, and resources for making a difference.
Information written for young people and teachers on environmental issues.
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