Free Educational Activity Books for Children
Parents, educators and community related organizations alike are always on the look out for free to low-cost educational activity books for children. Fortunately there are numerous resources out there available to them.
Environmental Protection Agency Free Educational Activity Books
One such resource is the Environmental Protection Agency. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) alone has over 18 free educational activity books as well as free badges, bookmarks and posters. Some of the EPA books available are;
“Thirstin’s Wacky Water Adventure
“The Planet Protectors” Series
“Keeping our Oceans Clean and Safe”
“Join the Lorax and Help Protect the Earth”
“Carl Gets Some Rest”
“Dusty the Asthma Goldfish”
“Help! It’s a Roach”
“The Happy Earth Day Book”
“The Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin”
To order the EPA activity books you can either log onto the Environmental Protection Agency website and fill in an on-line order form or call in your order by dialing 1-800-490-9198. All of the EPA activity books focus on issues related to the environment, health and wellness.
United States Fire Administration Free Educational Activity Books
A second good resource for free educational activity books for children is the United States Fire Administration (USFA). The USFA offers three activity books that center around fire safety; “Sesame Street Fire Station:, “Let’s Have Fun with Fire Safety” and “Fire Safety with Marty and Jeff”. You can order the fire safety books either on-line or by the telephone 1-301-447-1000. The books will be sent to you by U.S. postal mail at no cost.
New York Federal Reserve Free Educational Activity Books
A third good resource for free educational activity books for children is the New York Federal Reserve. The New Your Federal Reserve has 13 books to choose from, all of which teach children about the U.S. Financial System and money management. And with the economy the way it is, who couldn’t benefit from a little fiscal education? The NY Federal Reserve titles include but are not limited to;
“Great Minds Think: A Kid’s Guide to Money”
“The Story of Banks”
“The Story of Inflation”
“Once Upon a Dime”
“A Penny Saved”