The Nature Generation presents free environmental games available for teachers, educators, students, and community clubs. These easy-to-use, interactive games inject a sense of play in the classroom to make learning fun while encouraging student participation and focus.
Both games are available by age group for students K-12. Our new version, EnviroPlay, developed thanks to a grant from Luck Stone, can be played online and users can choose from several subjects areas such as water, energy and geology. Our E3:Education on Energy and the Environment games (played like Who wants to be a Millionaire and Jeopardy) are in a PowerPoint format and include discussion questions and links to additional resources.
Both games have the tools and resources to help you—or your students—administer a variety of environmental games. Be sure to review the instructions and tips for a variety of fun ways to lead these games!
EnviroPlay is a series of online games that supplement and support environmental education. The games engage students of all ages in learning about the science of our environment and stewardship by using fun individual or head-to-head formats, covering topics such as water, energy, and geology.
Click here to link to the games and present them at community meetings and events, schools, scout troops, after school clubs or other youth organizations.
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E3: Education on Energy and the Environment Games
E3: Education on Energy and the Environment games are in an engaging quiz-show format and supports the 2010 Virginia Standards of Learning for Science with a focus on the environment and stewardship. These easy-to-use, interactive games inject a sense of play in the classroom to make learning fun while encouraging student participation and focus.
- Instructions, tips and evaluation form for ecoSense (played like Who Wants To Be A Millionaire) and ecoLogic (played like Jeopardy) games
- PowerPoint Game, includes discussion questions and references (Below)
- Scorecards (Below)
- Instructions, tips and evaluation form for ecoSense (played like Who Wants To Be A Millionaire) and ecoLogic (played like Jeopardy) games ecoLogic instructions and tips with evaluation form ecoSense instructions and tips with evaluation form
- List and links to additional environmental education resources, such as lessons, games, and activities for you and your students:
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Our environmental games are made possible through a generous grant from the Luck Stone Foundation, and developed in cooperation with the Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia, and through the time and expertise of many NatGen board members and volunteers from our corporate partners. We hope you and your students enjoy Education on Energy and the Environment.
Check out Lucktone’s Blog about their work with NatGen