The whole green world at the click of a mouse

PUBLISHED : Monday, 30 May, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 30 May, 2011, 12:00am
 

Learn about the importance of planktons to the planet and get to know Romer's tree frogs on Lantau that can't climb trees. All that and more is on the WWF Kids interactive website, which was launched earlier this month.

The site is designed to educate children about nature and conservation issues. It features stories, games and printable collection cards with wildlife species.

You can watch Zoo-it-yourself videos about how to make a cool water scope or finger puppets. You can also challenge yourself by answering Questions of the Month.

From now until June, the first 50 participants who give the right answers to six consecutive questions will receive a special gift.

'We believe that an interesting learning experience lays the foundation for long-term commitment to sustainable living and environmental protection,' said Yamme Leung Yan-ming, education manager of WWF Hong Kong. 'The website is an excellent platform for parents, teachers and students to learn about green issues.'

New content will be uploaded regularly. Visit wwf.org.hk/kids.

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