My sister told me I should write more about kids and what they are doing in school and in their lives. Since I have a cousin and a niece who are both involved in their schools environmental Clubs, thought I would do this post for her. I don’t have kids, but I do know, that in my walks around the neighbor, kids can be some of the biggest litterbugs and I have watched the parents, throw trash on the ground while waiting to pick up kids.
So this is written for not only for kids but the parents as well. Many of these resources have fun videos, games and easy learning projects. Check it out- it could be a fun thing to do with your kids.
Top 15 Green Kids Blogs and Resources
- The Green Guide For Kids
- The Green Mama
- Eco Kids Blog
- ModEcoKids- gifts, ideas and retailers
- Green Baby A mom’s voyage to living and finding only the best in GREEN products for the new generation of design-savvy-earth-friendly parents and their kids helping to create a healthier environment for our little one and yours.
- Green Style Mom
- The Green Parent
- Clean and Green Mom
- National Geographic Kids
- Environmental Kids Club (EPA)
- Go Green Man– You have to go on this site- pretty amazing
- Kids do Ecology
- The Yuckiest Site on the Internet
- Global Warming Kids
Other Places – Got this list from Go Green Man
Green (Environmental) Websites
Disclaimer: At the time we linked to these pages, they had acceptable content for children. We do not control the web pages not on our site or affiliates, thus we cannot guarantee the content. Enter the site(s) at your own risk. If we are certain of a link’s continued safety, it will be displayed in bold. Parents: Always check the sites your children visit, in order to ensure a safe web experience.
Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids – U.S. Government Web Sites for Kids & Students
BLM – Kids’ Page – A booklet of amazing facts and activities about America’s Public Lands. Each page describes something about the land, or what you can do to protect it.
Environmental Education for Kids (EEKs) – Welcome to “EEK!” – brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. This electronic magazine is for kids in grades 4-8. Surf around and learn more about the great outdoors.
EPA Kids, Students, Teachers – Want to learn about the environment? Want to share what you know with someone else? With fact-sheets, interactive games, and more, EPA’s Web site can help you with all sorts of information about EPA and the environment.
EPA Recycle City – Take a trip to Recycle City! There’s lots to do there – people and places to visit and plenty of ways to explore how the city’s residents recycle, reduce, and reuse waste.
Kids FACE (Kids for A Safe Environment) – Kids For A Clean Environment is a part of the new millennium helping kids make a difference in their communities!
Kids for Saving the Environment – Kids for Saving Earth provides free environmental education curriculum by mail and online. Conservation, endangered species, rainforests, forests, toxic waste sites, health issues, and many more ecological concerns are covered on this website. Earth day should be every day!
Learn NPS – Fun and games, a guide to park Junior Ranger programs and a host of other fun and educational media created by the National Park Service and partners. Go and experience your America in a new way.
NIEHS Kids’ Page – (National Institutes of Health Department of Health & Human Services) Coloring pages, sing-along songs (and name-that-tune), corny jokes, games and activities.
NRDC’s Green Squad – Get ready to have some fun, learn about the environment and find out what a healthy school is all about.
Polar Ice CapZ. – We are a global warming and environmental awareness club for KidZ! I am a Polar Bear and my name is CapZbear. You can call me CapZbear or CapZ, for short. That’s me below, and my portrait is up in the left-hand corner of the website (kind of good looking, huh?).
Smokey Bear Kids’ Page – Smokey says, “Remember our friends in the forest.” A website with information about preventing forest fires – very good.
Water – Kids Page (geared to Floridians, but good for everyone else, too!) – Explains the water cycle and gives other interesting information about water.
WebRangers – NPS – This is the U.S. National Park Service’s site for kids of all ages. If you love our National Parks, Monuments and Historic Sites, this site is for you. (It’s a great site with a lot of neat information.)