Preschoolers and Elementary Age Kids:
A Bag’s Life – Learn about different types of bags and film, how and where they can be recycled and what other options you can use instead of a plastic bag when you shop.
EekoWorld – EekoWorld is designed to help children between the ages of 6 and 9 learn about the important role they can play in taking care of the earth. EekoWorld (Environmental Education for Kids Online) features an engaging and interactive format that invites children to explore, experiment, and collaborate as they learn about conservation and the environment.
Meet the Greens – Highlights an animated family that teaches kids about reducing their carbon footprint. The site includes short cartoons and lots of information on how kids and their families can impact the environment.
National Institute of Environmental Health Science – aims to teach kids how the environment has an impact on our health.
Super Sorter Game – A Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) is where mixed recyclables are sorted. See if you have the skills to sort all of your materials as they progress down the conveyor belt and send the recyclables on their way to becoming something new.
Middle School Age Kids and Above
Recycle City and Activities – Kids get a chance to explore how the city’s residents recycle, reduce, and reuse waste. For more information on how to download and print the Recycle City activity for offline use, click here.
Energy Star Kids – Kids will learn how to become energy efficient and how their effort can make a world of difference.
Recycle Arts & Crafts Ideas
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