Here's a list of resources that will help in your quest to turn your kids green. Not like that, silly!
Dunecraft : A really great company that provides funky growing kits for kids. It really draws them in to the whole growing process.
Arbor Day : I know it has come and gone, but the site has a wealth of information about how to get kids involved year-round. It also has kids sections broken down into age friendly activities.
USDA State Forest Kids Page : With sections like Backyard Conservation, Gardening with the Penn State Pointers, Nature Watch, and Woodsy Owl, there's something for kids of all ages.
Toys for Tots : Kids, they like toys, ya know? Why not have them donate one of their unopened gifts to someone who doesn't have ANY? Let them get involved.
Cheerful Givers : Their site is adorable and their mission is great. From their "About Us" section, "Cheerful Givers is a 501c3 nonprofit organization committed to helping children in need. We provide birthday gift bags through shelters and food shelves to disadvantaged, needy children. "
Compassionate Kids : This nonprofit is geared toward teaching kids to be kind to the earth, people, and animals. They're currently looking for volunteers within their organization for the following areas:
~Local Chapter Leader for the State of Georgia
Haagen-Daz Honey Bee Site : So cute. Great little activities for the kiddies.
A Walk in the Woods : Check it out. Pretty cool link.
EEK! Environmental Education for Kids.
I'll be back soon to tell you all about Green Parents.