Plan your trips around the city so your way of transportation is as green as possible. In this game you get tasks – like picking up a burger lunch for your boss – but the challenge is to make the journey as green as possible. You can chose your way of moving around, and whereRead More
This nice game is both educational and fun to play – you basically need to tune a wind tower to the height of the wind, and to setup solar panels outside of the cloudy area to it will produce enough electric power. A bit of a challenge to play between left-right movement of the solarRead More
In this game you need to sort out rubbish to 4 types of recycling bins – glass, paper, metal ad plastic. Did you know that each hour, American use 2,500,000 plastic bottles? Well most of them are thrown away and not recycled. NASA believe that in this game kids would learn how to recycle, howeverRead More
The NASA bingo cards games let you generate and print a well design bingo boards for off line gaming. You can choose how many cards to generate in order to get many players engaged in the game. The site also allows kids to get some learning material about each tile, to learn about how eachRead More
Climate trivia is a revolving trivia game of 8 different climate questions in each set, you can check your answer at each stage and get your final results. The level of the game is moderate so would fit with ages of 8yrs to 13yrs. A great source for climate-change learning.
One of the most problematic greenhouse gases is Carbon dioxide (CO2). Too much of CO2 in the atmosphere would make Earth too warm. In this cool game, the player need to balance the CO2 sources with CO2 absorbents which means that the target is to offset CO2 emissions to ease global warming. “Offset” means to balance out or makeRead More
A set of greenhouses cards for kids to print and lay with: Water Vapor, Carbon Dioxide, Ozone, Methane, Nitrous Oxide and ChloroFoluroCarbons (CFCs). Each card has two sides and a PDF version in case you want to print it.