Resources for Parents and Students Grades Pre-K to 12
Below you will find a number of resources to help kids of all ages understand the importance of the environment around them and why they need to become stewards of protection for that environment.
Self-directed games about different water topics—ranging from global to personal perspective—which together reflect many of the complex and important roles of water in our lives. DiscoverWater.org games are designed for use by children ages 7-12.
EPA Learning and Teaching about the Environment
Play games and do other activities and crafts to explore environmental science.
NASA Climate Kids
Explore weather, climate, water and energy science through games, videos and activities.
NIH Kids Environment Kids Health
Find fun, interactive materials related to health, science and the environment we live in today.
PBS Wild Kratts
Join the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they encounter incredible wild animals, combining science education with fun and adventure, while traveling to animal habitats around the globe.
Seacoast Science Center: Your Learning Connection
Your Learning Connection is packed with lessons, activities, and resources to support at-home learning, empower children to investigate nature, and help families find respite from today’s challenges.
World Wildlife Federation Animal Trivia
Take these fun quizzes to test your knowledge about your favorite animal.
World Wildlife Federation Color with WWF
Nature-themed coloring pages from around the world.
World Wildlife Federation Wild Classroom
Connecting educators and parents with the tools and resources they need to help kids explore and understand the world around them. Together we can inspire the next generation to build a future where people and nature thrive!
Earth Rangers: Age 4+ or Eco Heros in Spanish
Kids access real world “missions” exploring ecology and environmental conservation. Learn about positive impact that player can make in their own communities.
Globe Observer: Age 10+
This app allows users to make ‘real world’ observations which are used by scientists to validate, interpret and understand satellite data collected by NASA from space.
iNaturalist: Age 10+
Social networking tool that allows users to identify record their observations of living things by way of taking photos and appending GPS coordinates to their discoveries. Users can also contribute their photos and data and participate in citizen science projects.
Plum’s Photo Hunt: Age 4+
This app encourages kids to get outside and explore nature by taking photographs and notes on what they observe. This app includes a number of phot missions and a field journal for notes.
SEEK by iNaturalist: Age 4+
Use the power of image recognition technology to identify the plants and animals around you. Earn badges and complete challenges as you explore the world around you.
Splash: Ocean Sanctuary: Age 4+
Players explore an interactive ocean environment brimming with sea life. This app helps players learn environmental science concepts by playing, observing, forming hypotheses, and answering questions through animated interactions with undersea life.