Bat and Bird is an environmental educational website for all to enjoy, it is based around two super heroes ‘Planet Protectors’ – Bat and Bird and it is full of animations, games, weekly comic strips and other fun and interactive ways of teaching about our environment. Schools and children can also earn their Planet Protector certificates by telling Bat and Bird about their Earth Saving Activities.
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May 20, 2008 -- From Daniel, a reader, from Mission, British Columbia, who is not affiliated with the site.
This site is dedicated to what you can do, with the power of your mind and your heart, your pure intent – to send the positive healing energies of love out into the world. Love is the strongest force in the Universe and once created, it can never die nor can it be destroyed, no matter what.
February 27, 2008 -- From Jill, a reader, from Washington, DC, who is affiliated with the site.
This site provides teachers and parents a plethora of resources for bringing environmental literacy into their children’s education. EEWeek.org features a curricula library, green reading list, list of professional development opportunities, list of grant opportunities, and links to free environmental education resources nationwide. The registration page also allows parents and educators involved in environmental education to register their efforts for free and gain national recognition for their work.
May 4, 2004 -- From Lindsay Haas, Air Educator, a reader from Madison, WI, who is affiliated with the site
Log onto www.airdefenders.org to learn about open burning, air quality and respiratory health. Kids meet characters Seeker, Identifyer, and Recyclotron while they learn fun facts, play games, and listen to music. Make sure to check out the Teacher Pages filled with resources and web links for parents and educators! Kids learn through activities in science, health education, and music. These lessons develop critical thinking with a focus on finding solutions for home and farm waste disposal, exploring the physics and chemistry of waste incineration and open burning, and on the related issues of air quality and human respiratory health.
April 20, 2001 -- From Greg Seaman, a teacher from BC, Canada who is affiliated with the site
Eartheasy is an online guide to how we can, as individuals and families, reduce our impact on the environment. Over 75 pages offer earth-friendly alternatives to everyday lifestyle and consumer choices.
April 18, 2001 -- From Josh Knauer, a reader from Pittsburgh, PA who is affiliated with the site
This is a comprehensive listing of Earth Day events throughout the world.
February 4, 2001 -- From Emily, 10 years old from Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia who is affiliated with the site
I think it’s a pretty good site to check out.