The Green Kids Club!
What is the
Green Kids Club?
Join kids from all over the world in learning about the earth and its citizens, both human and animal kind. Quiz yourself on your animal knowledge, have fun reading and playing games, and challenge yourself to help our planet! Along the way you can earn points and rewards, too.
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For elementary students, we have developed some fun projects covering issues related to grizzly bears (make a comic strip featuring our own Grizzly 399) and plastic pollution (upcycle plastic from The Belize Trash Monster). Inspired Classroom Challenges are standards-based, and they are FREE to participants, while building skills such as critical and creative thinking, collaboration, and communication. For more information, click here.
April is National Frog Month and Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, as well as these specific animal observations:
There are over 7,300 species of frogs and toads throughout the world, 466 of which are considered to be critically endangered. With so many species, there are frogs of nearly every color, size, and habitat. Only Antarctica is devoid of frogs. Some notable frogs? The smallest frog on the planet, P. amauensis, is less than 1 cm long and lives in Papua New Guinea, whereas the largest species, the Goliath frog, hails from Western Africa and can be over 1 ft long. The gliding tree frog of Central and South America uses its extensive webbed feet like parachutes to control its jump from tree to tree. The Australian striped rocket frog can jump a distance nearly 55 times its body length - that's like you jumping the length of a football field!
Every day is Earth Day. Here are 51 ways you can help the earth anytime. From reusable water bottles to green power to "foodprint" calculators, there are plenty of simple actions that anyone can take to make a difference.
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Animals are so fascinating! Learn more about them here or visit our store for additional educational materials!