Thanks for Acting
for the Planet!

This April and May kids across Canada chose to Act for the Planet! We asked them to submit photos and drawings of their actions, and we posted them on our campaign’s website to show other kids what they accomplished.

See the photos and drawings

Recycle for wildlife

Spring is here and it is a reminder that with it come back our favorite feathered friends. Recycle bottles and cans by making bird feeders for the wildlife in your backyards. Bird feeders are a fun and safe way to help us connect with nature, and inspire others to protect birds and other wildlife.

Learn how!

Educational games and activities for kids

Are you a student? Check out these hands-on activities about Canada’s environmental challenges and how to resolve them! There are many options to choose from, including trivia, mystery solving, matching and puzzles. Sorted by subject and grade level.

Play the games online

Get the inside scoop on the environment!

Our EcoReporters share articles, photos and videos on local environmental issues in their schools or communities. Read the latest reports from our student journalists, or find out how to become one yourself!

Get the full story

Score AA on battery knowledge

Do you know which batteries to use in various devices, or how to safely get rid of dead ones? Our new EcoKids Homework Help section, produced in partnership with battery recycling program Call2Recycle, has the answers.

Power up with learning!

The latest from EcoReporters

Water bottlesWater, water everywhere
by Madame Brooks Bittle’s students in Salle 106, A.M. — Cunningham School,
Hamilton, ON

Art gardenArt in the Garden
by Students in Room 303, A.M. — Cunningham School,
Hamilton, ON

Market DayMarket Day
by Shefa  —  Earl Grey Sr. Ps.,
Toronto, ON

More articles on www.ecokids.ca!


Top 3 games on EcoKids

The Great Garbage CaperThe Great Garbage Caper
Help the principal solve the caper and reduce the amount of garbage produced by your school.

Sam Summer VacationSam's Summer Vacation
Stay with Sam at the family farm and see how different farming practices can effect the environment.

The Great Frog DilemmaThe Great Frog Dilemma
Help Jack decide if his local pond should stay natural or be converted into a swimming hole.

Play today at www.ecokids.ca!


Think you know batteries?

QuizAre batteries sensitive to temperature? Find out when you take our battery quiz! 

 
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