& Jan. The Berenstein Bears Don't Pollute (Anymore), Random House,
New York, 1991.
Cherry, Lynn. The
Great Kapok Tree. A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest. San Diego: Harcourt
Brace Jovanovich, 1990.
Glaser, Linda. Compost!
Growing Gardens From Your Garbage. Millbrook Press.
Greenaway, Theresa. Cycles
In Nature Food Chains. Steck-Vaughn, Austin-New York. 2001.
Hawkes, Nigel. Climate Crisis, Millbrook Press/Copper Beech Books, April 2000.
Alexandra. Will We Miss Them? Endangered Species. Charsbridge
Books and Magazines
For Resource Table
50 Simple Things YOU Can Do to Save the Earth. Earthworks Press:
United States, 1989.
Amos, Janine. Animals
In Danger, Steck-Vaughn Co., Texas. 1993.
Burton, Robert. Wildlife
in Danger. Morristown, New Jersey: Silver Burdett Co., 1993.
Earthworks Group. The
Student Environmental Action Guide. 25 Simple Things We Can Do. Berkeley:
Earthworks Press, 1991.
Elwood, Ann. Zoobooks:
Saving Our Animal Friends. San Diego: Wildlife Education, Ltd., 1990.
Field, Nancy and
Sally Machlis. Discovering Endangered Species. A Learning and Activity
Book. Corvallis, Oregon: Dog-Eared Publications, 1990.
Geisel, Theodor Suess. The Lorax. New York: Random House, 1971 .
Hollender, Jeffrey. How to Make the World a Better Place: 116 Ways You
Can Make A Difference. W.W. Norton and Co., Inc: Boston and London, 1995.
James, Barbara. Conserving Our World, Waste And Recycling, Steck-Vaughn, Texas. 1990.
Landau, Elaine. Endangered
Plants, A First Book. New York.1992.
Lepthien, Emilie U. Manatees,
Children's Press, Chicago.
R. Oil Spills, Children's Press, Connecticut, 1991.
Stone, Lynne. Vanishing
Rain Forest. The Rourke Corporation, Inc., Florida, 1994.
Vancleave, Janice. Ecology
For Every Kid, John Wiley & Sons, Inc,. New York. 1996.
Woodburn, Judith. The
Acid Rain Hazard, Environment Alert!, Gareth Stevens Publishing, Milwaukee.
Glossary from a-z about the environment. It can be used for all lessons.
This site has excellent pictures of all biomes, and lessons that were done by
other teachers and students as part of the University of Richmond's study.
This site is the research search engine from the Missouri Botanical Garden site.
This site is for the World Wildlife Fund which has pictures and information on
the various life forms on earth.
This is the children's version of the search directory Yahoo!
Merriam-Webster Online provides a dictionary, thesaurus and variety of word
games and products.
Just Jane graphics.
What Can I Do? A Story.
http://oneworld.org/penguin/global_warming/climate_home.html Tiki the Penguin talks about global warming.
The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program is an important part of the
U.S. Department of Energy's
Get The Facts at http://kidsplanet.org/
- click on land, check out biome, food chain
http://eco-pros.com/endangeredspecies.htm Learn about
http://pbs.org/saf/1106/ The Public Broadcasting
- Click on creature features and copy animal illustrations that you can color.
http://ecokids.earthday.ca/pub/splash.cfm - Learn about whales that are endangered.
to find out about air pollution, water, and endangered species.
http://epa.gov/espp/poster/ Order free poster on endangered species.
- Click on land, check out biome, food chain.
http://kidsdomain.com/craft/ Make crafts.