Kids Environmental Resources
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Kenburn for kids
If you love doing art projects or looking for cool experiments to do with kids, this is a great green resource that might spark some really cool creative projects while teaching kids all about the process of recycling. Its also a great resource for teachers to teach kids about the recycling process.
EPA Student Center EPA works to ensure that students K-12 and educators have access to quality homework resources, lesson plans and project ideas to learn and teach about the environment.
This fun site is packed with kid-friendly environmental information. Learn about animals around the world, play animal-themed games and find simple ways to help protect the environment.
In his various books, Dr. Emoto, a
doctor of Alternative Medicine, introduced the novel idea that water
not only reflects the physical word around it, but it also reflects the consciousness of the
being surrounding it.
Download a free copy of the DR Emoto water for life kid version to share with your classroom.
click & download here
Environmental Education for Kids EEK!,
an online magazine for grades four to eight created by the Wisconsin
Department of Natural Resources, is packed with short articles and activities about animals, plants and environmental issues.
Earth Force is an international non-profit that believes young people should play a central role in building environmentally resilient communities.
Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.