National Geographic Kids introduces children to animals, cultures and different countries through games and interactive activities. Continue reading
Enchanted Learning’s section Names of Animals, Babies and Groups offers exactly what the title suggests. A large chart contain multiple animals and their names. Click on an animal’s name to find a printable related to that animal. Continue reading
If your children have pets or are thinking about getting a pet, they need to visit Animal Planet’s Pets 101 section. Continue reading
Learn all about wildlife through this resource from the National Wildlife Federation. View a sample of articles found in the federation’s selection of magazines such as Ranger Rick and Big Backyard. Learn unique facts about animals and find crafts to create. Continue reading
Rhett has created a vast array of rainforest resources spurred by his own interest in nature as a child. Continue reading
Chat, play animal games and find pen pals through this adventurous site from KidsCom.com. Games are Continue reading
Frogland was created in 1995 after the creator, Dorota, realized there was not a lot of information about frogs online. This is the website to visit if you love frogs. Learn weird and true facts about frogs and toads, learn about caring for frogs and check out the frog of the month.
If you want to know the latest about the animal kingdom than Animal Planet is the perfect place to visit. Featured here are games, quizzes, puzzles, arcade games and more. You can also check out clips from Animal Planet programming and other information about animals.
Kids’ Planet, from Defenders of the Wild, uses games and other activities to help kids learn about animals, habitats and wildlife conservation. Continue reading
Sheppard Software features an entire section on animals. Continue reading