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Make a Tide Pool. Pre-K to 5th grade students can learn about preserving nature and they match animals to this tidal pool habitat while keeping the litter out.

2. Crunch Nibble Gulp Bite. Pre-K to 5th Grade students can learn about what different fish that live in a coral reef habitat eat. In addition to matching the fish to its food, correct responses launch a video of the fish in the coral reef habitat. 3. All about Sea Otters. K-5th grade students can learn all about sea otters from otter anatomy to how it keeps warm, what it eats, to how otters interact. 4. Is There Kelp in Your Cupboard? K-8 students become seaweed sleuths as the try to identify household items that contain kelp. 5. EekoWorld: Garbage & Recycling. From, students listen as the EekoCreature explains about trash, garbage, and how to recycle. 6. Virtual Tour of a Drinking Water Plant. The Environmental Protection Agency provides a bilingual interactive virtual tour of a drinking water plant. Students follow water from the source, through the plant, and to homes. 7. Thirstens Word Scramble. Students unscramble words to complete eight sentences about water. 8. Build Your Own Aquifer. Students learn what aquifers are, how they work, and why they are important. Then they build their own 9. Matching Fun Facts Game. Students use estimation to match an activity, such as taking a shower, to how much water us used. Its not as easy as you might think. 10.Thirstens Question and Answer Game. Students compete for a high score as they answer 25 questions about water. 11.The Water Cycle. Students explore the water cycle with this activity. 12.Water Filtration. Students learn about the water filtration process, as they follow the on-screen prompts to replicate the process for themselves. 13.Wild Wetlands. The wild Wetlands game allows students to identify items that do not belong in a wetland habitat and click them away. 14.Habitat Adventure: Panda Challenge! This interactive activity takes students to a temperate forest in China to help save Pandas. 15.Sea Otter Challenge. Students learn about sea otters, and then play beat the clock to answer true and false and multiple choice questions about sea otters.

16.Sea Level Rise. Students use the interactive map to find areas flooding or at risk for flooding and use overlays to find services and utilities within the area of concern. 17.Ocean in Motion. Students explore this interactive activity to learn about the worlds fisheries, dead zones, currents and ecosystems, and how to preserve the ocean for wildlife. 18.Switchem Off. Students race to switch off as many dirty power plants as they can in an effort to keep the Earth clean. 19.Earth Hour Game. Students use the arrow keys to switch off unnecessary lights in an effort to save electricity. 20. My Garbogoly. Students sort and classify garbage into the correct bin for reuse, compost, recycle, and landfill.