Think Garden is a PBS sponsored video collection that helps teach elementary students about the art and science of growing food, with an emphasis on biological and environmental concepts. It also addresses topics related to nutrition and economics.
Lead your students in learning about natural resources used in common packaging materials. Challenge your students to conserve natural resources through their lunch choices.
Eek Web Site – Environment for Kids from Wisconsin Dept. of Ed. is an electronic magazine where kids can learn about the great outdoors.
Environmental Kids Club is yet another resource for Earth Day and meeting science standards on the environment.
Audubon for Education includes Audubon adventures for kids and programs that you can bring to your school to enhance environmental education.
Earth Matters 4 Kids is geared more toward upper elementary grades in environmental studies.
Eeko World from PBS is a wonderful site to use with students for Earth Day.
Energy Kids (for Teachers)
Find energy related stories, hands-on activities, and research articles for your classroom! These curriculum-based lessons are separated by age-grade.
Energy Kids (for Kids) is the site where your students can explore and learn.
Explore the Blue from Discovery Education
Site has standards-aligned lesson plans for K-2 and 3-5 integrating math, science, language arts, health, social studies, and physical education. Also includes interactive games for students, habitat maps that explore the aquatic plant and animal life of your state and region, suggested activities for families, and a contest in which students write an essay describing their favorite boating or fishing experience. (Enter Here by Dec. 17)
Rustle the Leaf Rustle the Leaf is an online outreach that uses syndication-quality, comic strips and other creative tools to communicate essential environmental themes and truths.