Miss Maggie’s Earth Adventures was created to teach children about environmental issues. Every eight weeks, Maggie and her dog, Dude, are sent on missions to investigate problems all over the world. Each module is also packed with experiments, recipes, games and very comprehensive teachers’ resources. The site recently won top prize in the “Story” category of the Flash Film Festival in London.
June 30, 2000 -- From Arundhati, a reader from India who is affiliated with the site
The Web site EduGreen: Making Environmental Learning Fun, covers subjects like Life on Earth, Renewable Energy, Air Pollution, Water, Climate Change and Solid Waste. Interactive features include games, and quizzes.
May 17, 2000 -- From Dr. Steve Blythe, a parent from Melbourne, Florida who is affiliated with the site
A straightforward fun site designed for kids which offers a glimpse into the rainforests of the new world. Lots of photos, with fun interactive pages (a pop quiz and write-your-own rainforest story) and multimedia sights and sounds of the rainforests.
May 4, 2000 -- From Kim, a reader from Canada who is affiliated with the site
It’s a user-freindly page. Submissions to the page are updated regularly. Very good contests and prizes.
March 27, 2000 -- 12 years old from Kansas who is not affiliated with the site
Clean up the river by dragging the garbarge into the recycling bins.
September 7, 1999 -- From Judith Gorgone, a teacher from Boston who is affiliated with the site
Planetpals Earthzone is an interactive site with endearing characters that teach us the importance of caring for our planet and everything in it. Lots of free and fun activities for kids. Entertaining, Educational, Cute. It is a valuable source of earth science and ecology information and is used by educators and students worldwide.
May 11, 1999 -- From a reader from Canada who is affiliated with the site
Users can download hundreds of games, quizzes and classroom activities from this site. It contains free nature-related games and activities that are designed to complement K-12 science curriculum. It is a fun and interesting way to stimulate students’ interest and nature and the natural sciences.