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Welcome to

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.

Photo by Juli Yanti
Photo by Green Campus Initiative
Photo by Sylvia Medina

Who Are

Green Kids?

You are! But you can follow along in the worldwide adventures of boys and girls in our books, too. Maya, Victor, and Tiago are siblings that can talk to animals. In their travels around the globe, they meet all kinds of people and animals that need their help.

Join The Club

Be Like Victor and Maya and Get Involved

Join our Green Kids Club! Do Green things and not only will you get awards from us, but you will make a difference in saving our planet and its animals. It's a win-win!

Animal Days

September is Save the Koala Month, National Save a Tiger Month and has a day for just about everyone:   

September 24th is World Gorilla Day. All four subspecies of gorilla are considered to be critically endangered, which means they could go extinct during our lifetimes. Gorillas only have one natural predator, the leopard, but they are susceptible to habitat loss when forests are cleared for farming or other development and to poaching. Though they have often been depicted as scary, gorillas are actually gentle plant and insect eaters. Male gorillas can reach heights of 6 ft and weight 300-400 lbs; females are usually about half that size. Gorillas and humans share over 95% of our DNA. As such, gorillas have unique fingerprints, like humans, but unlike humans, they also have unique nose prints!


Step Up

Challenge Yourself

September 19 is World Cleanup Day. OK, but this year is probably cancelled, right? Wrong! Everyone can do some digital clean up from their very own home. What is a digital cleanup? It's getting rid of files that we don't need from our tablets, phones, and other devices. We probably don't realize the effects of our digital trash, but it's been reported that the carbon footprint of the internet and the systems supporting it account to about 3.7% of global greenhouse emissions, which is similar to the amount produced globally by the airline industry. Every email we send or excess file we store requires energy, even when it's not being used. So even if you can't get out to physically remove trash from the environment, you can certainly DELETE trash from your digital devices. Deleting digital waste not only helps the environment, it improves your devices' performance and enhances your efficiency, too. Check out these sites for more eye-opening facts and helpful tips about handling digital trash:

Free Activities

Games and Challenges

Check out our coloring pages or play some fun games!

For older kids, change the world through our Upcycling Challenge!

Want To Know More? Try Our

Animal Highlights

We love animals, because they are so fascinating! Learn more about them here or visit our store for additional educational materials!

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