Resources for Students and Kids
Birch Aquarium’s Seahorse games and Kelp Kitchen. Also click on sea life Creature Features.
SeaWorld animal guides, coloring books, Shamu TV and more.
County Water Authority – Kids Conservation Games
Think Blue – For Students
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Kids Games
Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
Air Resources Control Board – Kids Games
California Integrated Waste Management Board – Kids Stuff
CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife – Classroom Aquarium Education Program
Resources for Teachers
The California Regional Environmental Education Community (CREEC) Network helps educators in San Diego and Imperial Counties locate high-quality environmental education programs, resources, and providers through a searchable environmental education resource directory. CREEC also sponsors local workshops.
The California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal EPA) has created this page to give you easy access to all K-12 educational programs.
Birch Aquarium is the interpretive center for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Birch Aquarium offers K-12 education programs, teacher workshops and teaching resources.
I Love a Clean San Diego (ILACSD) offers a variety of free environmental awareness presentations and curricula ideas for your classroom. ILACSD teams with the California Coastal Commission to bring the Annual Kid’s Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup program to schools in San Diego County.
Jiminy Cricket’s Environmental Challenge is a fun hands-on experience that will help 5th graders learn more about their environment and the State of California and show them why “it’s cool to care” about the earth.
The San Diego County Water Authority provides FREE educational programs and materials for grades K-12 to San Diego County educators. They also provide free workshops for teachers in San Diego and free presentations for entire schools and individual 3rd and 5th grade classrooms. For students they offer a great water-related contest.
SeaWorld provides a variety of educational opportunities and science education resources.
The Multiple Species Conservation Program (MSCP) provides valuable information relating to the preservation of open space and endangered species. Use the MSCP Portal to find detailed species and habitat conservation/protection information in the Southern California area, and so much more!
The Wyland Foundation has helped children and families around the nation to rediscover the importance of healthy oceans and waterways through public arts programs, classroom science education, and live events.