Go To: Recycling Gardening Nature Trails Volunteering
Earth Day Bingo
Need a little encouragement to help the planet? Like a little competition? Print out this bingo card and play along with us! Don't forget to update us on your progress by posting photos on our FaceBook or Instagram pages.
Resources for Kids
Most of these resources were curated by "Project SEE," Concord NH's school district's environmental education program. For more information and a complete list of activities for kids listed by grade, see their website. The following are some of our favorites:
- Ecological Footprint: Calculate your ecological footprint and learn ways to lessen your impact on the earth.
- Energy Hogs: Information about what takes up the most energy in your home and fun games to beat the "energy hogs."
- Reduce Your Plastic Use: Learn 10 tips for reducing plastic from National Geographic Kids.
- Animal Tracks: Animal Tracks Identification Guide: This is a great guide for beginning learners to discover what is making those tracks in their backyard.
- Biocubes: Learn about biocubes and how you can be a citizen scientist in your neighborhood.
- Birds: For all things birds from habitat, food choices and skeletal structure, this young birder's guide is just the right introduction. Identify birds by their tail feathers with this instructional poster.
- Bees: Learn all about bees: the many types, what to plant to attract them, interesting facts and more.
- Ladybugs: The Lost Lady Bug Project is a good place to how to find, identify and help track the ladybugs you see.
- Pollinators: The Great Sunflower Project is a place for Citizen Scientists to help track pollinators in your area.
Seacoast Science Center
STEM Lessons, Resources and Activities for Kids:
The Seacoast Science Center is a great resource for enrichment STEAM lessons activities and resources for parents while the kids are at home.
Facebook Live Events:
The Seacoast Science Center's Facebook Live events are where the Aquarists have put together fun little videos while they continue to care for the marine life in the exhibits. These videos are are essentially a virtual tour through their exhibits.
Seek by iNaturalist: A kid and friendly app by iNaturalist. Use the power of image recognition technology to identify the plants and animals all around you. Earn badges for seeing different types of birds, amphibians, plants, and fungi and participate in monthly observation challenges with Our Planet on Netflix.
World Wildlife Federation: Learn about 16 endangered species, see their habitats and learn cool facts.
Globe at Night: Globe at night is an international citizen scientist campaign to raise public awareness of the impact of light pollution by inviting citizen scientists to measure and submit their night sky brightness observations.
NH is Blooming! This website has information on common NH flowers, what is blooming when and they want you to be a citizen scientist and report the flowers you see.
Blue Ocean Society
Activities for Kids and Families:
Right whale activity: Where do the females go?
Right whales activity: Family tree whales activity: Family tree