Island 5 Climate Kids
NASA has chosen YOU to view data and determine how global climate change affects Earth.
The challenge is to analyze facts and data on climate change and use your findings to make a presentation to suggest things we can do to help. The oceans show the affects of global climate change. The trees show global climate change too. Learn how you can help combat global climate change.
NASA's Climate Kids
Some of the best information about global climate change that student's can find today is on NASA's Climate Kids website. The information they find comes directly from NASA's study of Earth. The site includes articles, activities, interviews, games, and videos. Students can focus their research on weather & climate, atmosphere, water, energy, plants & animals, or big questions.
The challenge is to analyze facts and data on climate change and use their findings to make a presentation to suggest things we can do to help. Students need to present the proof and results accurately if they are going to be convincing. Then, make suggestions for what we can do to help.