Games, Quizzes, and Videos about the Environment
Play games and find other activities to do online, including crossword puzzles and word searches.
Generate: The Game of Energy Choices
Generate is an interactive game that allows students to explore energy choices and teaches the considerations and costs in deciding what type of energy generation to build.
Reducing Food Waste Activity Book
Help Apple and her friends learn how to reduce food waste and help protect the environment.
Interactive Tour of the Indoor Air Quality Demo House
Get a quick glimpse of some of the most important ways to protect the air in your home by touring the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) House. Room-by-room, you'll learn about the key pollutants and how to address them.
Air Quality Index
What should you do when the Air Quality Index is orange? Let the chameleons K.C., Koko, and Kool, show you how EPA measures pollution in the air.
All About EPA: How Does EPA Protect the Environment Activity Book
Learn the basics about how EPA protects our health and environment.
Climate Kids: NASA's Eyes on the Earth
Geared toward students, the multimedia-rich Climate Kids site uses games, humorous illustrations and animations to help break down the important issue of climate change.
What is energy? Challenge yourself to riddles, puzzles, and science experiments.
Go with the Flow
Let NASA teach you all about the flow of water.
Do you know where the red-eyed tree frog calls home? Play this game based on animal habitats to learn! Explore the desert, coral reef, jungle, and marsh to discover where many animals live by matching each animal to its correct habitat!
Join the Lorax
Have you met the Lorax? Play games and solve puzzles with some familiar friends.
National Institute of Environmental Health Science Kids' Page
Games, puzzles, art, and more -- all about science, the environment, and environmental careers.
Nonpoint Source Pollution Awareness Word Search Puzzle
Can You Find The Words?
Ozone Crossword Puzzle
If you're good with words, and think you know all about the ozone layer (or want to learn more), then you're sure to enjoy this crossword puzzle.
Particulate Matter (PM) Air Sensor Kits
Particle pollution known as particulate matter (PM) is one of the major air pollutants regulated by EPA to protect public health and the environment. Build your own air sensor kit to investigate particulate pollution.
How can you help protect pollinators like bees, bats, butterflies, birds, and beetles? Become a Pollinator Protector with these activities and learn why pollinators are important from Bertie the bee and friends.
Explore Recycle City to see how the people of the town reduce waste, use less energy, and even save money by doing simple things at home, at work, and in their neighborhoods.
SciJinks- It's all about weather!
Games all about weather and science!
Making pictures of the sea floor is the science of hydrography; learn more about this amazing task.
Smokey for Kids
Explore the different sections of the website to learn all sorts of ways you can help prevent wildfires. You’ll find activities, games, and learn a lot about protecting the forest. Have fun!
The Migration Game
Help Wanda the Wood Thrush travel from her winter home in Costa Rica to her summer home in Maryland. All you need to do is answer some questions about migratory birds. Each correct answer will bring her closer to her favorite forest where she'll be able to find a mate, build a nest, and lay her eggs!
Think you know everything there is to know about water? Move the water-efficiency hero Flo through water pipes and answer water-efficiency questions while avoiding water-wasting monsters.
WaterSense Kids Page
Thirsty for knowledge about water?
Yellowstone Park - For Kids!
Explore Yellowstone National Park online games and activities. Then look for kids' activities at other National Parks.
Looking for videos about the environment?
Looking for videos about EPA's work or about environmental issues? Find all of our videos on YouTube. See highlights from recent events with the EPA Administrator, view profiles of scientists working at EPA, and learn more about environmental issues like climate change.