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Europa – Environment for Young Europeans

Europa – Environment for Young Europeans

Discover the elements that make up the environment and how they are being affected, with lessons, games and activities.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Our World–Europe

Met Office Education – Make Your Own Weather Station

Met Office Education – Make Your Own Weather Station

Powered by the UK’s National Weather Service, this is a fun site for building your own weather station and starting a weather diary. Once that’s done, feel free to browse the other weather experiments, learn common weather words and explore some fun facts.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Outdoor Kids

Outdoor Kids

Learn about the fun things you can do outdoors in Texas and about some of the animals and other things you can find there.
Subject: Sports & Recreation–Other Sports; Sports & Recreation–Mountaineering; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Texas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

NOAA Fun for Kids!

NOAA Fun for Kids!

This is a one-stop spot for exploring weather and the oceans.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

The City of Los Angeles for Kids

The City of Los Angeles for Kids

Find out about recycling in LA, how to clean up the city, as well as about things to do and places to go there.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–50 States–A-F–California; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Recycling

Games@NOAA

Games@NOAA

“This arcade is a portal to games and interactive activities focused on ocean and air themes.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Fun Stuff–Games & Activities–Online Games; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Eeko World

Eeko World

Play Eeko House, create an Eeko Creature, and learn about the environment in fun videos on this site by PBS Kids.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy

Take Care of America

Take Care of America

Learn what you can do to take care of the environment.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Clean Sweep U.S.A.

Clean Sweep U.S.A.

What???s up with all that garbage? Learn about composting, recycling, waste-to-energy plants, and landfills at this fun colorful site.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Technology & Industry

KidCyber Planet Earth

KidCyber Planet Earth

This section of the Kid Cyber website contains an assortment of fun weather facts for students K-6. Links at the bottom of the page will guide you to specific information on topics like clouds, cyclones and tornadoes and ice.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Clean Living Kids Corner

Clean Living Kids Corner

From the American Cleaning Institue, learn all about the history, chemistry, and manufacturing of soaps and detergents. You can also read up on how to recycle plastic cleaning product bottles, and about the art and science of bubbles.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Recycling

SOSKids

SOSKids

Learn all about the oceans and the creatures that live in them. Play games, listen to stories, and get party ideas all about the sea.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Children of the Earth United

Children of the Earth United

Want to take an “Adventure in Environmental Education”? This is the place to do it: learn about the environment and how to protect it, submit your writings and drawings about nature, and find out about kids’ nature programs in your area.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Recycling

Camp Silos

Camp Silos

“From Native Prairie to Present, Our Agricultural Heritage” is the Camp Silos motto, and it sums up what you can learn about while browsing their website: the Iowa prairies in the 19th century, farming methods of the pioneers in Iowa, the importance of corn production to Iowa farms and American agriculture in general, what Iowa farm life looks like …
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–G-K–Iowa; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

EPA Climate Change Kids Site

EPA Climate Change Kids Site

Learn all about climate change and the greenhouse effect, why it is important, and how you can help protect our environment. Written by climate change experts at the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Mount St. Helens VolcanoCams

Mount St. Helens VolcanoCams

“Near real-time images of Mount St. Helens, taken from the Johnston Ridge Observatory.” Mount St. Helens, in southwestern Washington state, is probably the most famous of the more than 60 volcanoes in the United States.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Volcanos; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Washington

Devils Tower National Monument

Devils Tower National Monument

The National Park Service provides information on visiting, climbing, and studying the first US National Monument.
Subject: Science Net–Earth Science–Geography; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Wyoming

Greenwich Bay

Greenwich Bay

Learn about the habitat and ecosystem of Greenwich Bay in Rhode Island.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Rhode Island; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat

Wisconsin’s Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Wisconsin’s Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Learn all about the shipwrecks off the coast of Wisconsin in Lake Superior and Lake Michigan through history, pictures and underwater explorations.
Subject: Math And Science–Transportation–Boats & Ships; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Wisconsin; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Fantastic Journeys: Yellowstone

Fantastic Journeys: Yellowstone

Explore the geological features of Yellowstone National Park and discover what triggers a geyser or causes a volcano to erupt. Watch a video of Old Faithful or find out what lies 6.2 miles beneath the surface of the park.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Wyoming

Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics

Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics

FSEEE aims to “protect national forests and to reform the U.S. Forest Service by advocating environmental ethics, educating citizens, and defending whistleblowers.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

Earthquakes for Kids

Earthquakes for Kids

Learn all about what can make the Earth move in a big way! Play games, get ideas for school projects, learn interesting facts, find out about becoming a geologist (someone who studies the Earth) and and view pictures of the effects of earthquakes.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Earthquakes; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

EcoKids

EcoKids

A colorful site where you can play while you learn about environmental issues such as climate change, habitat and habitat loss, pollution, and waste.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

The Green Squad

The Green Squad

Teaches you how to make your school a cleaner, safer place. Provides facts about pollution that and teaches you what you can do to help.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

The Greens

The Greens

This is “a site for kids about looking after the planet.” Through video episodes, games, a blog, and activity guides, kids learn about recycling and taking care of the planet.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Kids Saving the Rainforest

Kids Saving the Rainforest

Learn about Costa Rica and its rainforests through games, puzzles, and photographs.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests

Energy Star Kids

Energy Star Kids

Learn about how using energy changes the environment. Learn about the different types of energy. Discover how you can help the environment by using less energy.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Just for Kids: PA Department of Environmental Protection

Just for Kids: PA Department of Environmental Protection

This website explains how pollution hurts our environment. Learn some of the things you can do to help stop pollution and keep our environment safe.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle

Have you ever wondered where water comes from, where it goes, and what it does in between? This short fun animation supplies all the answers.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Kids’ Crossing

Kids’ Crossing

Ever wondered why it rains or where tornadoes come from? This fun colorful website explains all about our weather with games, activities, experiments and more.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

1998 International Year of the Ocean

1998 International Year of the Ocean

Find out about the ocean, how important it is to life on earth, and what you can to protect it through activities, fact sheets, and links to ocean related Web sites.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

kids.mongabay.com

kids.mongabay.com

Learn about the rainforest and the environment! See photos of the plants, animals, and people that live there. Find out how you can help save the rainforest.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests

Weather Watch

Weather Watch

Do you know the difference between a cumulous and a cirrus cloud???or, between an anemometer and a barometer? Learn to observe, gather data, investigate, and analyze weather at this site featured by Scholastic.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Athropolis: Web Site of the Throps and the Squallhoots

Athropolis: Web Site of the Throps and the Squallhoots

This fun kids’ site is dedicated to Arctic stories, games, and facts, as well as a wonderful library and set of links to Arctic history and weather.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Fun Stuff Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

EPA Global Warming Kids Page

EPA Global Warming Kids Page

So what???s the big deal about global warming and what is it exactly? Find out and learn about the greenhouse effect and climate change as well. This site was written just for kids.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

Geography4Kids

Geography4Kids

Do you wonder about physical geography and earth sciences? Here’s a website that can help everyone learn. Visit sections on earth energy, earth structure, the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the biosphere, climates, and BGC cycles (biogeochemical).
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Earth Science

Journeys and Transformations: British Columbia Landscapes

Journeys and Transformations: British Columbia Landscapes

Learn about ecosystems of British Columbia through “pictures, records and information from the Royal British Columbia Museum.” (must have Flash 7 to view this site)
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat

Questacon for Kids

Questacon for Kids

Questacon is Australia’s National Science & Technology Centre in Canberra, Australia. Their kids’ site has lots of interactive features, like the Fun Zone, which includes online science exhibits, puzzles, and experiments to try at home. The site also has sections for teachers and teens.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Math And Science; Math And Science–Science Museums; Art, Music & Museums–Museums

Weather Wiz Kids.com

Weather Wiz Kids.com

This website is all about the weather! Learn about hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes and all sorts of different kinds of weather. Find weather games, jokes, words, flashcards, stories and weather experiments.
Subject: Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Planet Protectors Club for Kids

Planet Protectors Club for Kids

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency invites you to become a Planet Protector. Learn how to make less trash and recycle by playing games.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Dr. Blythe’s Rainforest Education

Dr. Blythe’s Rainforest Education

This site has lots of information about rainforests, including pictures of rainforests and the plants and animals that live there. You can learn about medicines made from rainforest plants and about the threats that rainforests are facing. Take a quiz, solve puzzles, and journey through famous rainforests.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Dr. E’s Energy Lab

Dr. E’s Energy Lab

Learn about different types of energy, such as geothermal, solar, and wind energy on this interactive website! The site can also help you learn about renewable energy, alternative fuels, and gives you tips on how to use less energy.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy

Roofus’ Solar and Efficient Neighborhood

Roofus’ Solar and Efficient Neighborhood

Learn how to conserve energy by checking out Roofus’ energy-smart house and by playing games in his backyard.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Endangered Ecosystems

Endangered Ecosystems

Go on an expedition to explore the endangered ecosystems of the Costa Rican Caterpillars, the Mexican Wildcats, and the Brazilian River Otters.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Kidfish – All About Lakes – and Fly Fishing Too

Kidfish – All About Lakes – and Fly Fishing Too

This site really is all about lakes and fly fishing. It has science information about lakes. It has instructions for tying a fly for fly fishing. It has descriptions of different kinds of fish.
Subject: Sports & Recreation–Fishing; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Sky Diary KIDSTORM

Sky Diary KIDSTORM

This site has information about weather phenomena such as tornado, lightning, hurricanes, as well as storm chasers, who like to observe and study these phenomena up close.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Fatal Flood

Fatal Flood

Read about a flood during the spring of 1927 along the Mississippi River that killed as many as a thousand people and left a million homeless. In addition, learn how “efforts to contain the river pitted the majority black population against an aristocratic plantation family, the Percys-and the Percys against themselves.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Tiki the Penguin’s Home Page

Tiki the Penguin’s Home Page

Tiki the Penguin has put together this site just for you to help you meet kids from all around the world, to learn about how they live and the problems that people and penguins (and other living things) face as we share this earth. Learn how to make the world a place of kindness and peace for all living things as you journey around the earth. Fin …
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Oceans Alive!

Oceans Alive!

“The oceans are alive! Our planet, mostly covered by water, is filled with movement and life. Learn all about our global seas in Oceans ALIVE!”
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

EarthNet

EarthNet

Teachers can find tons of earth science activities here and students can get help with popular earth science topics. The site is also available in French.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Winter Storms

Winter Storms

Learn all about winter weather here.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Global 200: Priority Areas for Conservation

Global 200: Priority Areas for Conservation

This interactive map lets you look at some of the Earth’s “richest, rarest, and most endangered terrestrial, marine, and freshwater natural areas”.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Sea and Sky

Sea and Sky

Sea and Sky features image galleries, games, articles, and links to other resources on the Internet, all relating to astronomy and oceanography.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Journey North

Journey North

Journey North tracks the springtime migration of many different species by connecting students across North America with the Internet. Students “share their own field observations with classrooms across the Hemisphere. In addition, students are linked with scientists who provide their expertise directly to the classroom. Several migrations are tra …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Math And Science Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Wind Energy – The Franklin Institute

Wind Energy – The Franklin Institute

Learn all about wind through background information, investigative and production activities, and through online productions done by other schools about wind.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

All About Rainforests

All About Rainforests

Learn all about rainforests, including tropical and temperate rainforests, as well as the people, animals, and plants that live in them. The importance of rainforests is also presented in relation to the Earth’s atmosphere and the greenhouse effect.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests

Exploring the Environment

Exploring the Environment

Learn about environmental issues such as ozone depletion, the endangerment of coral reefs, and wildland fires. Play games such as “Mars Landing”.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Savage Seas

Savage Seas

What goes on between the sea and sky? Cyclones, tsunamis, El Ni??o, waves, global warming, icebergs, and more! This website will give you a feel for their immense power and their inner workings. Check out the satellite viewer and video clips too.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

The EnviroLink Network

The EnviroLink Network

This information-packed website provides access to lots of online environmental resources and news articles.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Underground Adventure

Underground Adventure

Are you ready to explore the creepy, crawly world of dirt? If so, you first have to be transmogrified to the size of a spider in order to follow your friendly underground guide around tree roots and through earthworm tunnels.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science

Dive and Discover

Dive and Discover

“Join scientists as they dive to the mid-ocean ridge thousands of meters deep. Explore towering underwater volcanoes, black smokers, and bizarre creatrues that live there.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Earth Science Explorer

Earth Science Explorer

Explores earth science and dinosaurs, geologic time and plate tectonics, adaptation and diversity. Designed for students and teachers. Teacher’s notes are available for complete course.
Subject: Science Net–Earth Science–Geography; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Oceanography Theme Page

Oceanography Theme Page

Site contains articles, maps, interactive displays, general oceanography resources, lesson plans, “Ask an Expert” section, habitats (ocean and desert), creatures, oceanography studied from Space and more. For students K-12 and teachers.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Exploring Planets in the classroom: Hands-on activities

Exploring Planets in the classroom: Hands-on activities

Resource for students and teachers covering the solar system, volcanology, impact craters, the dynamic earth, gravity and planetary properties. Includes lesson plans and hands-on activities.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Volcanos; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Earthforce

Earthforce

Ever wondered what a Tsunami is? What causes earthquakes? How deep you would have to dig to reach the fiery core of the earth? Or how to avoid getting caught in an avalanche? Find answers to these questions and more from this site and its links to other great resources.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Teachers & Parents’ Corner–Science Net

What’s It Like Where You Live?

What’s It Like Where You Live?

Explore other environments, like the rainforest, tundra, desert and more! Learn what each of these places is like, what kinds of plants and animals they have, and where in the world these zones are located.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Endangered!: Exploring a World at Risk

Endangered!: Exploring a World at Risk

Learn about the many endangered species and habitats of the world. Find out what has caused these species and habitats to be endangered. Read the Legend of the Meeps Island Flying Frog and learn something about endangered animals.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Planetpals.com: Friends for Earth

Planetpals.com: Friends for Earth

Print out paper crafts, learn about recycling and the environment, have fun with Planetpals puzzles, and more at this cool site.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Paper Crafts

Desert Environment, Minerals & Geology Index – DesertUSA

Desert Environment, Minerals & Geology Index – DesertUSA

Find out about the minerals and geology, animals and wildlife, and plants and wildflowers of the desert environment. This site also includes a list of the deserts in the U.S. and descriptions of the peoples who have lived (and who currently live) in the desert.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat

Virtual Antarctica

Virtual Antarctica

Have you ever wondered what life in Antartica is like? Find out about the weather, the glaciers, and the animals in Antarctica. If you’re really interested, there’s even information about what you would need to bring for a trip there.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Earth Science; Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–Antarctica

Sanctuary: U.S. National Wildlife Refuges

Sanctuary: U.S. National Wildlife Refuges

“Take a serious look at America’s ecological oases. Find out what threats menace wildlife and, perhaps, the refuges themselves.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Lightning: The Shocking Story

Lightning: The Shocking Story

“Get the science and the stories behind the bolts that strike our earth a hundred times every second.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Windows Live Local

Windows Live Local

Type in an address in the United States, and you’ll be shown a map of where the address is! Once you have the map, you can zoom in, zoom out, or move in different directions.
Subject: Science Net–Earth Science–Geography

How do Hurricanes Work?

How do Hurricanes Work?

Get inside of a hurricane to learn how these big storms happen. Learn how to understand radar images and about instruments used to measure storms.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

USA TODAY Weather

USA TODAY Weather

Find out just how the weather works, including what goes on in thunderstorms, tornadoes or hurricanes. Learn all about air density, air masses, and air pressure. You can even Ask Jack a question about the weather or read the list of frequently asked weather questions.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Weather Dude

Weather Dude

Weather can be fun when you ask the Weather Dude, Nick Walker. Nick is the Weathercaster for KSTW Channel 11’s “11 News Midday” in Seattle, Washington. Find out today’s weather or ask Nick a question about the weather. And try some of Nick’s favorite links to other weather sites. Guides for parents or teachers are provided.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers