Arbor Day Foundation
Carly’s Kids Corner
This site has games and activities that help kids learn more about trees and why they’re so important to our world. Sponsored by Arbor Day Foundation working to restore forests, improve tree cover in communities, and inspire the next generation of tree planters to ensure this important work endures.
Conservation Education — Woodsy Owl
Woodsy Owl character, designed to motivate kids to form healthy, lasting relationships with nature and encourages youngsters to marvel at and explore the natural world, even in the city. His motto "Lend a Hand — Care for the Land!" encourages everyone to make a positive difference in their world.
Project Learning Tree
Project Learning Tree, “Making Learning Fun!” uses trees and forests as windows on the world to increase students’ understanding of the environment and actions they can take to conserve it. PLT helps develop students’ awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of the environment, builds their skills and ability to make informed decisions, and encourages them to take personal responsibility for sustaining the environment and our quality of life that depends on it.
USDA FOREST SERVICE – Conservation Education
That is a guide to parks and forests in the USA. Its goal is to inspire youth to re-connect with nature. It has activities for kids and information for teachers.
Learn about tree care, conservation and a healthy planet with Timmy Womick’s TreeCircus!
This energetic stage show is interactive, educational and captivating for all ages. Womick covers it all, from urban particulate pollution to basic tree biology, while keeping the audience in stitches. For more about Tim and Treetures visit: www.treetures.com/Timstrail.htm
Environmental Web Directory
The California Regional Environmental Education Community (CREEC) Network is a program of the California Department of Education. It fosters regional partnerships throughout the state of California to promote environmental education and environmental literacy by providing teachers with access to high quality professional learning opportunities and education resources.
4-H Virtual Forest
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Nature based activities and information for kids
American Forests encourages communities to join them in creating, “Tree Equity” by planting and caring for trees where they are most needed and by helping to
restore forest cover for climate mitigation. Information on American Forests’ National Register of Champion Trees.
FOCUSes ON GLOBAL REFORESTATION, dedicated to making it easier for individuals and businesses to give back to the environment, create a healthier climate, protect biodiversity and help reforestation efforts around the world. All by planting trees! Has a Program to plant a Trillion Trees by 2030 and encourages youth involvement world-wide.
National Gardening Association is a leader in plant-based education, this site has teacher resources and valuable gardening news and information.
This site’s goal is to support efforts to connect children with nature.
Children & Nature Network
Site “supports a global movement of leaders working to turn the trend of an indoor childhood backout to the benefits of nature — and to make sure that all children have equitable access to outdoor spaces where they can learn, play and grow.”
The mission of Kids for A Clean Environment “ is to provide information on environmental issues to children, to encourage and facilitate youth's involvement with effective environmental action and to recognize those efforts which result in the improvement of nature.” The organization is one of the world's largest youth environmental organizations. Membership is free to children and teachers.