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All About Nature: Animal Printouts
Site contains information and pictures of hundreds of animals which can be printed as labels or simply copied and pasted.
At the Ocean Sciences Education Resource Center, teachers will find a selection of some of the best online resources for marine science education.
Insects play a major role in almost every aspect of human culture. Learn about butterfly wing patterns, and find informative descriptions on all kinds of insects.
Digital learning center for microbial ecology. There are as many microbes in a single gram of soil as there are people in all of China! Learn about these tiny microbes which inhabit toxic waste dumps, root cellars, and compost piles.
Ask a scientist your ecology question and read the answers to questions from others concerning ecological issues.
Explore the environment with a look at life on Earth, renewable energy, water, air pollution, climate change, biotechnology and solid waste.
Environmental Education for Kids! contains information for teachers as well as students, and provides a forum where students (grades 4-8) can share stories and seasonal observations with each other.
The Great Green Web Game
This environmental game, created by the Union of Concerned Scientists, is an online, fun and informative way to learn how your consumer habits help or hurt the environment. Questions are based on the book, "The Consumer's Guide to Effective Environmental Choices".
International Year of the Ocean: Kids' & Teachers' Page
Activities and information on marine wildlife and ocean pollution, sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Rainforest Action Network Teacher Resources
Download an entire rainforest unit, get fact sheets, find out about the Protect-an-Acre Program, and get the Kids Action Team Newsletter.
SchoolWorld Endangered Species Project
Classrooms participate by creating a project to be displayed online at this site.
Science Made Simple
Children's science experiments, simple science projects, and kids science questions are answered here.
Scientific American Frontiers
Award-winning series of science programs hosted by Alan Alda on PBS. Check for local program times, download activities, and see teacher resources.
Smithsonian Environmental Studies
Many resources are found here, but be sure to check the ecosystem links.
Temperate Ocean Ecosystems
Discover the complex food chain and many organisms that have adapted to extreme and unusual conditions found in the ocean ecosystems.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Explorer's Club
Explorer's Club provides lots of interactive environmental learning activities for students.
Waste Prevention Clip Art
A collection of clip art images regarding environmental waste.
Water Science for Schools
Information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can test your water knowledge.
World Wide Biome Project
Internet ecology project where students learn about their own biome through field studies, then share and compare with student studies from other biomes by submitting them to the project.