Kids' Web Classroom: Environments, Habitats,
These kid-friendly sites can provide stimulating
and topical hands-on web exploration opportunities
This project sponsored by the National Center for Ecological
Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) showcases kids' ecology
efforts, and includes kid-made websites.
Designed with and for educators teaching ecology, this
colorful and thoughtful site features grade specific stories
and activities for students.
U.S. EPA Explorers
This EPA site is
tailored for kids aged 5-12, featuring fact sheets,
interactive games, and more all about the environment.
This site offers
interactive, thought-provoking activities for students. Want
to build a healthy prairie or track a tiger? This is the
The Illinois EPA
Envirofun pages are designed for youngsters and contain
content appropriate for elementary students.
E-patrol is a colorful and interesting place where kids can
learn about the environment.
Rainforest Action Network: Kids' Corner
The Rainforest Action Network developed this site for kids
with easy-to-read information about indigenous people,
plants, and animals with the goal of empowering them to help
save the rainforests.
This site offers the "Build-a-Prairie" interactive game for
students. Restoring a prairie is a great challenge,
requiring knowledge of biology, ecology, and even
The Watershed Game
Watershed game for kids focusing on decision-making and
evaluation about watershed decisions, and players can find
out about the consequences of their decisions at the end.
The game has both novice and intermediate levels.
"Splash," a game about water quality and the
environment, can be ordered online or you may
download a free demo from this site.