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Educational Environmental and Earth Science Games
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Featured Games:
>Kid's Geo Kid's Geo - Geology and Geography
Kid's Geo offers a kid's site for learning about geology and geography. Play online games and learn about rock types, US Geography, World Geography, and more.
NASA's Earth Science Kids Page NASA's Earth Science Kids Page
NASA provides an Earth Science site for kid’s only game time! Play and learn about the water cycle, earth science, and geography.
EcoKids EcoKids - Games and Activities
EcoKids has its own online games and activities about environmental science. Play and learn about climate change, waste, land use, energy, and much more.

Other Environmental and Earth Science Games:

A System In Its Own - A Guide to Geology
View this great website, created by Lowell Bradford, about geology with games, lesson plans and much more!

RESGI - Educational Games
Provided by the University of Central Michigan is the RESGI(Resources for Earth Science and Geography Instruction). They provide a list of fun earth science game links!

Science Review Games
Play games about geography, earth science, and other topics at Science Review Games.


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