Endangered Species For Kids
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Children are always seen as the future caretakers of earth and thus, it is very important that they know about the endangered species so that they carry on the tradition of saving and retaining nature’s beauty for another generation.
There are various ways in which children can be taught to save the endangered species from making them read relevant books or through hands on activities. Here are some of the ways:
Reading – It can serve as a good start for teaching them important aspect of saving a part the nature, in which animals too have equal rights to live and exist harmoniously. The important part is that the book is suitable to the age of the children. Children still in elementary school can read Trouble with Mister (Endangered Species) published by the Chronicle Books. For children, over 12 years, The Atlas of Endangered Species published by the University of California Press can be informative source. The section for kids and trainers on the website of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is helpful for kids to understand more about animals which are endangered and what steps are being taken to save these animals. The Environmental Channel on brighthub.com has a section on endangered species. It is updated regularly.
Games – This can be a fun and an interactive way for children to gain more knowledge on the endangered species. The website of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) offers an interactive quiz for kids. The website of Conservation International has put up a game known as Lemur Match, which the kids can play. A trading card game known as Xeko is sold by the Matter Group especially for kids that can be bought online or stores for which you can log on to their official website.
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