The days can seem long when you are working from home and the kids keep coming to you because they are bored. Here are a few links to keep the kids busy for hours, and they can learn all about nature! Our hope is that the kids keep coming back for more!
No single person did more to raise awareness of the critical role the ocean plays to the survival or this planet than Jacques – Yves Cousteau. He was a pioneer in underwater research, and invented the modern technique of scuba diving. Jacques dedicated his life to learning about our oceans and raising awareness of the life that teemed below the surface. Here is a fun site to read articles about ocean life and play some fun games. Click on the image and explore the wonders of the deep!
Kids, do you want to learn more about life on the planet you live on? This “Encyclopedia of Life” website has all kinds of interesting information about animals, fish, crustaceans, fungi and just about everything that lives on this earth, plants and animals. Enjoy learning about this planet by clicking on the picture.
Who would be better to learn about nature than from National Geographic? This site is full of games, videos, animals, and stories about weird but true things on our planet. This site has so many fun things to do you will want to go back again and again! Click on the picture to have lots of fun.
It’s launch time! Explore outer space and America’s Space Program on this NASA for kids site. You can drive on Mars, see who is on the Space Station and even learn to make a straw rocket! There are puzzles, stories, art contests and activities to do at home. You will not get bored on this site. Click on the picture to liftoff!
Kids, do you have a cell phone? You can go to this site and choose from many age appropriate apps for your phone to learn all about animals and nature. There are so many to choose from that you will have a hard time choosing! Click on the picture to find some games you can put on your phone. Don’t forget to ask your parents if it is OK first!
Kids, do you want to learn about anthropology, archaeology, microbiology, paleontology, microbiology, zoology, biodiversity, climate change and many more wonderful thing on this planet that we live on? Your curiosity can run wild with all the information you can find on this website provided for kids by the American Museum of Natural History. There are games, stories, videos and even hands on activities for you. Click on the picture to go exploring.
This site is packed with fun! You can go on a river ride, go on a nature road trip or even an adventure to the Amazon! You can go on a jungle adventure, ride the rapids and feed a Dingo! Don’t know what a Dingo is? Click on the picture to learn what a Dingo is and go exploring.