Check out the exciting subject of Earth for kids with our range of fun experiments, free games, fun science fair projects, cool quizzes, interesting facts, amazing videos, worksheets and more!
Learn about volcanoes, oceans, minerals, earthquakes, mountains and all kinds of interesting Earth topics. As well as activities for children, there are lesson plans for teachers, ideas for parents and a whole host of free teaching resources for anyone interested in learning about Earth science online.
Have fun learning about science with these cool Earth games. Enjoy a range of interactive activities that will help you understand the amazing world we live in.
Earth, Sun and Moon
Check out this fun, interactive game and learn about the Earth's orbit as well as how it interacts with the Sun and Moon.
Rocks, Minerals and Soils
Answer interesting scientific questions while experimenting with a range of rocks, minerals & soils such as slate, marble, granite and pumice.
Enjoy our fun Earth experiments. Make your own quick sand and use the awesome chemical reaction between baking soda and vinegar to recreate a volcanic eruption.
Make your own quick sand with this fun experiment for kids.
Find out what happens when you combine baking soda with vinegar.
Take a look at these great Earth videos. Watch a volcanic eruption from space, learn what an earthquake really is and find out more about the hot topic of global warming.
Eruption from Space
Check out his spectacular footage from NASA astronauts on the International Space Station as they flew over an erupting volcano.
What is global warming? Can we help slow it down? Learn more about the important topic of global warming with this educational video.
What is an Earthquake?
What causes the Earth to violently shake during an earthquake? Find out with this great earthquake video.
Check out our cool range of free Earth pictures, photos and diagrams.
Find interesting images of mountains, rivers, oceans, deserts, rocks, volcanoes, earthquakes and more.
Check out these fun Earth facts for kids and learn more about oceans, rivers, volcanoes, rocks, weather, mountains, fossils, water and other features and processes that make our planet so special.
Learn some amazing chemical properties of water, as well as interesting everyday uses and fun trivia.
Take a look at our range of gas facts and learn a variety of facts related to air, the ozone layer, natural gas, noble gases and more.
Did you know that around 70% of the Earth's surface is covered by oceans? Check out all our great ocean facts for kids.
Learn about extreme weather conditions, record temperatures, lightning, tornadoes, cyclones and more.
Check out our range of facts, trivia and information on fossils. How are they formed? What do the words paleontology and petrification mean?
Challenge your knowledge of things related to planet Earth by trying one of our fun Earth quizzes. How much do you know about molten rock, weather, metals, the Earth's core, canyons and water?
Answer as many of our Earth based questions as you can.
How much do you know about wind, rain, snow and clouds?
Our metal quiz covers everything from sodium to gold.
Twenty challenging questions all related to the topic of water.
Enjoy a range of Earth lesson plans, teaching resources, classroom ideas and fun worksheets. Find activities and information on topics such as recycling, growing plants, rock sorting and more.
Help students understand the importance of recycling with a range of activities in our fun recycling lesson plan.
Grow a Plant
Have fun learning about plants with our plant growing lesson plan. Grow your own and learn how to look after it.
Learn how to tell the difference between metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary rocks with this fun rock sorting activity.
Using a healthy dose of imagination, get kids to think about emergency plans that would help after a major earthquake.
Earth Word Search
How quickly can you find words related to planet Earth? Find out with this printable Earth word search for kids.
Get some great ideas for a range of fun Earth science fair projects. Follow our examples or start from scratch with one of our many suggested topics.