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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences - Kids Pages

Found In: health & p.e., science, preK-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences - Kids Pages is a collection of lessons, activities, and games for students in grades K-12+ on the effects of the environment on human health.

Topics has six subheadings that cover health and environment, healthy living, recycling, the natural world, pollution, and science. In the natural world activities, Swirled World! and Make a Sundial, students model the way Earth's environment is affected by natural and man-made disasters and make a sundial from a shoe box, a paper plate, tape, scissors, and a popsicle stick or pencil.

What’s That Word is a glossary of terms used throughout the site.

Activities has four subheading that feature kids’ environmental art and poetry, experiments, activities, and quizzes.

Games provides games, puzzles, coloring pages, songs, jokes, optical illusions, riddles, and brainteasers. Illusions is a collection of optical ambiguity, such as A Face Or A Word.

Lessons supplies lesson plans, activities, fact sheets, newsletters, links to resources for healthy kids, links to related offsite resources, and Ask an Expert.

Stories is a library of 12 tales with healthy messages.

Little Kids is a zone with selected activities especially suited for younger children.



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