Green Kids

Climate Change Kids Site

epa.gov/climatechange/kids
This site from the EPA helps explain the way climate change works and what you can do to make a difference.

Field Trip Earth

www.fieldtripearth.org
Take fun field trips to different destinations on the earth and learn about different species, their habitats and ecological conservation.

Kid's Planet

www.kidsplanet.org
Species fact sheets, wild games, web of life, how kids can help defend the environment and even a Wildlife Adoption Center.

Nature Challenge for Kids

www.davidsuzuki.org/kids
Learn about the ten simple ways you can protect nature and do the four challenge activities that offer first-hand experience with the natural world from the David Suzuki Foundation.

NRDC's Green Squad

www.nrdc.org/greensquad
Explore a colorful virtual school room by room, and use the mouse to locate potential hazards. This site from the Natural Resources Defense Council offers a wide range of fact sheets and environmental resources.

Roofus' Solar and Efficient Home

www1.eere.energy.gov/kids/roofus
Roofus the dog is an expert on solar energy and energy efficiency. As you visit different parts of Roofus' energy smart house, you’ll find energy saving tips and simple experiments understand just how energy works.

Treeture Treasure

www.treetures.com
Meet the Treetures, a community of tiny tree friends that teach you about trees, tree care and tree planting.

WebRangers

www.nps.gov/webrangers
Join the web rangers and learn what its like to be a National Park Ranger, get your own ranger station and complete a number activities to earn ranger badges.

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