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Recent Contest Winner

We recently ran a contest here in December on Wild Green Kids that challenged to kids to make a drawing of Grizzly 399 and her amazing cubs going into hibernation for the winter, and we have a winner of the contest who made this awesome drawing, this comes from Lauren Joe Merryn from Georgia, and we like to over more thanks to everyone who participated! Be sure to look for more contests to come from Wild Green Kids Club soon.

What is the

Wild Green Kids Club?

We used to be part of the Green Kids Club. Now our members have been moved to the Love the Wild Foundation. Join kids from all over the world in learning about the earth and its citizens, both human and animal kind. Quiz yourself on your animal knowledge, have fun reading and playing games, and challenge yourself to help our planet! Along the way you can earn points and rewards, too.

Photo by Juli Yanti
Photo by Green Campus Initiative
Photo by Sylvia Medina

For more in-depth projects try our

Classroom Challenges

For elementary students, we have developed some fun projects covering issues related to grizzly bears (make a comic strip featuring our own Grizzly 399) and plastic pollution (upcycle plastic from The Belize Trash Monster). Our Google Classroom Challenges are standards-based, and they are FREE to participants, while building skills such as critical and creative thinking, collaboration, and communication. Use the code l2da3wb to join our Google Classroom. For more information, click here.

Get Involved

Join the Club

Kids - join our Wild Green  Kids Club! Do Green things and not only will you get rewards from us, but you will make a difference in saving our planet and its animals.

Sign up for our newsletter! It comes out once a month and has information about our latest books and news, as well as fascinating animal facts and simple environmentally-friendly activities that you can implement yourself. Spread the word!

Or stretch your mind and create a comic strip about grizzly bears or upcycle plastic waste through one of our classroom challenges!

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