Have we mentioned that kids environmental resources are often way more fun (and comprehensive) than those made for adults? Crazy cold temperatures have, as usual, piqued our interest in global climate change… hence the refresher:

Today we find ourselves especially impressed by Energy Star Kids — Energy Star Appliances’ interactive resource for children’s environmental learning, and EPA Kids, the Environmental Protection Agency’s site for global climate change. With a special emphasis on green technology, you may want to consider giving kids ages eight and up a 20 minute “play time” on these sites before dinner. Catchy visuals and easy-to-read descriptions make understanding leading green technologies easier, and the interactive bedroom map shows the quick fixes to energy saving. And we like their ways to get involved for extracurricular school or KI class activities!


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