1. Visit an animal shelter or a wildlife recovery center.
2. Read a book.
3. Play an online game.
A quick Google search will find some fun games and websites, like the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
4. Make a mask.
5. Make a habitat diorama.
Destruction of habitats is one reason many animals become endangered. Build a diorama (a 3-D miniature model) to display what each animal would need to thrive in its habitat.
6. Play a game of charades.
7. Make a poster.
Include information about the species, along with what we can do to help protect them.
8. Raise money to donate.
Find a charity that helps protect endangered animals, and donate towards the cause.
Print up your free EnviroKidz coloring booklet, and color in a variety of endangered animals.
10. Collect trash.
Pollution greatly affects animals. This gesture can help contribute to a cleaner Earth!
11. Clean up a wildlife refuge.
12. Visit a national park.
Many of the park ranger programs have opportunities and information for kids about how they can contribute to conservation.
13. Visit the EnviroKidz website!
By giving hands-on education, helping with habitat protection, and in donating or volunteering with organizations that help protect animals, our kids can learn about and help many endangered species!