Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into a natural environment. There are many types of pollution including air pollution, light pollution, water pollution and noise pollution. The effects on human health from pollution are significant. Pollution in the air can kill organisms including humans. Ozone pollution can cause respiratory disease and inflammation. Water pollution causes 14,000 deaths a day mostly due the to the contamination of drinking water by untreated sewage in developing countries.

Habitats, like wetlands, are places where plants and animals live. A habitat will provide food and water and shelter to the inhabitants. Pollution can damage these fragile habitats.There are many different types of habitats around the world from humid hot forests to vast grasslands, from icy mountain slopes to the hottest deserts. Different habitats are home to different animals. Every organism has certain habitat needs to thrive. A habitat isn't always just based on a geographical area it can be the interior of a rotten log, a clump of loss or a single cell within a host body. Habitats can change over time because of Pollution.

Pollution Games

Clean Air Games

Save Our Beach Game

Trash Smash - Clean up marine debris game

Environmental Protection Agency EPA water treatment flash game

Water Cycle

Water - A Never-ending Story

 Clouds

Safe Drinking Water

Water Treatment games

My Forest Temple Game

Fun Classroom Games with Trees

Forest Biome Spotter

Arctic Ocean Biome Ecosystem

The Forest Hunter Blue Planet

Life in the Forest Biome Habitat game

Simple Identification Guide for: Habitat in the Pond

Water Safari life in the Biome game

Ecosystem Showdown Forest Habitat  game

Biodiversity Forest Biome Games

Bass Fishing River Habitat Games like Asteroids

Fish, Coral, Marine Animals

Science Games

 Pond Life

Science Games

Ecology

Rainforests

Forests

Savannas

Swamps

Under the Sea

The Rock Cycle

Water Cycle for Kids

Carbon Cycle for Kids

Energy

Safe Drinking Water games

The Water Cycle

Groundwater and Watersheds