Here are some of the top Green Kids websites/links:
USGBC Center for Green Schools Learning Lab
(K-12 Sustainability Curriculum resources)
Ava wanted you to know about a helpful resource that she found in her research that covers a variety of different conservation topics:
https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/home-science-backyard-conservation/. She thought it might be a helpful for someone else who may be trying to learn more about biodiversity and conservation.
Mike Jensen and his daughter found the following resources very helpful:
Mrs. McVey's students wrote to offer suggestions of the green resources that they really like. We thought that was a great reason to start a kids resources area. Here are their suggestions:
Jill from Upstairs Downstairs Cleaning Service has 11 simple DIY green cleaning products for a healthier home: http://upstairsdownstairscleaning.com/green-cleaning-products/
Debra Coleman found a comprehensive website with lots of great sources called Your Car's Carbon Footprint.
Megan Cary, Consumers Energy Education Programs Administrator, suggested the following website. It has a lot of great resources for kids about going green, renewable energy, recycling, and more! www.consumersenergy.com/kids
A young member of the Valley Book Club suggested this cool website: Creatures of the Caribbean - Sea Turtles
Mrs. Britton's Class at the Jean Massieu Academy in Grand Prairie, Texas offers this great website: Shipping by Sea - A Look at Bodies of Water Around the World
Jamie (Caroline's grandaughter's friend) found this green cleaning with lots of tips and links: Get Clean, Go Green
We'd love to add your favorite on-line resources too. Please email us your suggestions.