A jungle is a very dense forest that is often overgrown with wild tangles of vegetation and a thick canopy of tall trees. Jungles are home to millions of animals and bugs.

Rainforests are dense, warm and wet forests. It is called a rain forest because of the high amount of rainfall it gets every year. Rain forest have an annual rainfall of at least 100 inches, 254 centimeters. As such the Earth's oxygen is created by rain forests. Rain forests cover only 6% of the Earth's surface but contain more than half the world's plant and animal species.

Jungle and Rainforest Games

Jungle Rangers Early Elementary Game

Jungle Jeopardy game

Virtual Treehouse in the Rainforest interactive game

Jewels of the Earth - Rainforest interactive game

Track it Back - rainforest interactive game

Jungle Rangers

Play Amazon Explorer

Clara and the Armadillo - online rainforest story for kids

Manny Manatee and the Mystery of the Murky Water - online rainforest story for kids

What are the layers of the rainforest, and who lives there?

The Amazon Interactive

cosystem game

Erosion Game

How Mountains and rivers form with erosion

Biodiversity Environment for the classroom

Biodiversity - Everything Counts!

Dandy the Cave Explorer Game

Simple Identification Guide for: Life in the Pond

Water Safari life in the pond game

Ecosystem game

Ocean Marine Animal Game

Help the Old Man of the Sea Catch Fish Game

Dolphin Dive Action Game

My Aquarium Fish Game for Kids

Hook the Fish game for kids

Fishing game

Bass Fishing Games like Asteroids

Fish, Coral, Marine Animals

Science Games





Shape it Up - Erosion activity

Weathering and Erosion from Study Jams (video)

Science Games

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format


Pond Life

Science Games





Under the Sea