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Resources for climate change and Kids

Credit United Nations Development Programme / Creative Commons

Credit United Nations Development Programme / Creative Commons

A) Educational Sites for Kids:

  • Climate Kids : At this NASA website, there are answers to common climate questions, games, videos, career options, and project ideas HERE
  • Professor Polar Bear’s Education Center: This website, created by the US Department of Energy’s Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program, explains global warming in simple language. HERE
  • A Student’s Guide to Global Climate Change: Engaging videos, animations, and expeditions focused on climate change, its causes and effects. HERE
  • ESchooltoday: Animated and interactive new media to educate children on climate change HERE
  • Professor Sneeze Online illustrated children’s stories that present global warming in a familiar context. The story titles include “The Earth Has a Fever,” “Where Are the Igloos of Iglooville?” and “Tears on the Other Side of the World” HERE