My Favourite Pet Competition Winners

My favourite pet competition winners

by Eco Kids Planet June 27, 2017

Congratulations to our winners of the 'My Favourite Pet' competition, published in the May issue of Eco Kids Planet.  Esmee from Devon  Jessica from Leybourne Chase, age 7 Alicja from Great Missenden, age 10 Keira from Edwinstowe, age 6 Hannah, Great Missenden Mila, age 9, Barnet Sofi...

Ocean Theme Eco Kids Planet Activities

Ocean theme eco kids planet activities

by Eco Kids Planet June 08, 2017

Celebrate World Oceans Day with these free downloadable activities from the previous issues of Eco Kids Planet magazine.

Bird Hotel Competition (April 2017)

Bird hotel competition (april 2017)

by Eco Kids Planet May 25, 2017

When we humans travel long distances, we usually make stops at comfy hotels to enjoy a hot bath, a freshly cooked dinner, and a good book or TV programme. What if migratory birds could enjoy a luxurious stop during their long trans-Saharan flights?

In our April The Sahara Desertissue, we asked you to design a spectacular bird hotel for migratory birds. Take a look at some of your amazing entries. 

Outdoor Classrooms

Outdoor classrooms

by Eco Kids Planet May 18, 2017

The children from three lucky schools in Bahrain were chosen to participate in an outdoor classroom project created by a UK company, Equator Connect, and Bahrain-based company TalentFreeFlow, and supported by Bahrain’s government. 

Take a look at their great green inventions!


The Trans-Saharan Flight

The trans-saharan flight

by Eco Kids Planet May 12, 2017

Every year, as autumn arrives in the Northern Hemisphere, millions of birds across Europe get ready to migrate. To beat the chilly winter and nippy winds, birds will fly thousands of miles to warmer climes. Swallows, yellow wagtails, ospreys and many others stock up on large amounts of food to get ready for their long-haul flight to Africa!

 

'show the love' competition winners

by Eco Kids Planet April 05, 2017

Congratulations to our winners of the 'Show the Love' competition, published in the February issue of Eco Kids Planet. Connie, age 9, Bucks This is a picture of one of the wild ponies at Slate Meadow in Wooburn Green, Bucks. The meadow is opposite my school but the developers are planning to build ...


Science in the Park: Hibernation

Science in the park: hibernation

by Zion Lights March 03, 2017

Cold temperatures in winter make it hard for some animals to stay warm and to find enough food to eat when plants and trees are becoming dormant.

 

'my garden bird' competition

by Eco Kids Planet February 27, 2017

In our January (Lake Baikal) issue, we asked you to send us a drawing or a photo of your favourite garden bird. Thank you to all the bird lovers who shared their drawings and letters! Find out who the lucky five winners are in our March issue of Eco Kids Planet. Robin by Fiona, Switzerland Gold f...


'my ice age giant' competition winners

by Eco Kids Planet February 08, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS! PUBLISHED IN THE THE MYSTERY ICE AGE EDITION (DECEMBER, 2016) OF ECO KIDS PLANET MAGAZINE. Jasmine, age 11, Stubbington (United Kingdom) This is my December competition entry hope you like it. Oh and just to say I really love eco kids. It is sooooooo much fun to rea...

Science in the Park: How do Butterflies Survive Winter?

Science in the park: how do butterflies survive winter?

by Zion Lights February 02, 2017

Overwintering butterfly (© Sebastian Knight/Shutterstock) Butterfly's survival strategies The life cycle of a butterfly involves four stages: from egg, to caterpillar, to pupa (or chrysalis), to adult. During the winter, a butterfly goes into a dormant state which is sort of like hibernation, althou...



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