Sites that focus on the environment.
- EPA Environmental Websites for Kids and Teachers
It is divided into age groups and includes a teacher's section.
- Recycle City
This site provides information about recycling for teachers and kids. There is an interactive game that requires a Shockwave plugin to operate but worth the effort.
- U.S. EPA Regions and Offices Kids' Pages
- Region 1: Students and Teachers
- Region 2: Kids & Teachers<broken link>
- Region 7: Kids' Page
This page is a fun way to learn valuable environmental information. It is divided into age groups and includes a teacher's section.
- Region 8: Environmental Education Program<broken link>
The focus of Environmental Education (EE) at EPA is to create awareness and understanding of environmental issues that will lead to responsible individual and group actions.
- Critter Questions<broken link>
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission site contains information about Florida critters. Includes lots of photos.
- Water Websites for Kids<broken link>
Welcome to the Wetlands... here you will be able to discover more about wetland habitats and the modern day pressures on them... follow the links to explore each area individually.
- USGS Water Science for Schools
We offer information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.
- Bill Nye the Science Guy<broken link>
Read interesting facts, do experiments, see the demo of the day, and there's an area for teachers as well.
- Science/Nature for Kids<broken link>
A Kidsci cam, new articles, and how-tos.
- Eddie the Eco-dog online
Games, activities and cool graphics.
- The Living Ocean
- Tour the Smithsonian's Ocean Planet Exhibition
A traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution, opened in Washington, D.C. on April 22, 1995 and toured nationally 1996-1999. This electronic online companion exhibition contains all of the text and most of the panel designs and images found in the traveling exhibition
- National Aquarium in Baltimore
You'll find fun information about animals, exhibits, conservation efforts, and the institution itself. There are even some interactive games for you to try out.
- Earth Viewer
A real-time globe-watcher will love this special website. When you make a view selection, the results are in GIF which loads very, very slowly. Have patience.
- Discovery Channel Online
Intellectually challenging materials for kids of all ages.
- National Geographic Society - home page
You may need to grab some gear to enjoy all of the features of this site, but explore, explore.
- Bird Identification and Songs<broken link>
Georgeous pictures and bird songs make this a delightful site, for kids of all ages.
- Fun Science Activities
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis provides great online activities to learn about natural resources. Try "Be a Forester".
- California Natural Resources Fun Page
Lot's of fun things to see and do.
- The Butterfly WebSite Picture Gallery.
Spend some time close up to a butterfly.
- CSU-BIOWEB<broken link>
California State University Stanislaus shows how to find Biology Information on the web. Check out their multimedia resources. Good for teens and adults.
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