You've always known
that your backyard was a cool place. Now, with Backyard Jungle, you can
share it with others, and learn about the world around you!
Lots of great information on habitats from the great state of Wisconsin!
Classroom of the Future
NASA not only looks to the stars, they also have great information about
Home Sweet Home
National Geographic has a great website for students and
teachers wanting to learn about habitat and environment!
Check out this great site created by high school students for ThinkQuest.
There is a ton of great information for learning about animals and their
The Office of Naval Research are the experts when looking for information
on ocean habitats!
Did you know the Rainforest supports almost half of all
living species on Earth? Find out more about Rainforests at the Arbor
Day Foundation Website.
There are many different types of habitats in Acadia National Park, including
mountains, ponds, forests, and tidepools. Your mission is to choose the
best habitat for six animals. You will explore some of the animals' special
features along the way. Have fun!
Notebaert Nature Museum
This site is worth a visit, if only to meet the Website host - Beauregard
Beaver. Beauregard will help you explore three different habitats!
World Wildlife Fund Global
Amazing amounts of information with great pictures of the different
habitats around the globe!
These factsheets from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service provide
great information about specific animals and their habitats.
Lesson plan features classifying animal crackers into the correct habitat.
Guide to Habitats
In depth guide for teachers on all facets of Ecosystems.
This companion web site to the popular PBS series NATURE has teacher guides
available with numerous lesson plans and activities for teaching about
the world around us.