Environmental Education Games: Eco-Trivia!

Environmental Education is Fun

Recently, IDEAS For Us hosted a rousing round of Eco-Trivia in partnership with Orlando Science Center at Ivanhoe Park Brewery. Our environmental education questions, generated by our team of scientists, educators, and pop-culture consumers, challenged even Orlando’s eco-elite. 

  

Trivia games about the environment are increasingly popular. These games educate players about environmental issues while testing their knowledge. During our recent trivia party at Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co., players answered questions about climate change, renewable energy, conservation, and more. The game provides explanations for the answers, making it a valuable educational tool.

 

 

 

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Environmental education games are a fun and interactive way to learn about the environment. These games not only educate players about environmental issues but also inspire them to take action to protect the planet. So, the next time you want to learn about the environment, consider playing an environmental education game or trivia. 

 

Learning about the environment doesn’t have to be boring and dry. Environmental education games can be played in-person and on different platforms such as mobile devices, personal computers, and gaming consoles. These games are a great way to get educated on topics like recycling, conservation of natural resources, endangered species and their habitats, and climate change…all while having fun.

 

Environmental education games are a fun and interactive way to learn about the environment. These games not only educate players about environmental issues but also inspire them to take action to protect the planet. So, the next time you want to learn about the environment, consider playing an environmental education game or trivia. 

 

Feel free to download our most recent rounds of IDEAS For Us Eco-Trivia! 

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Teams drinking beer and debating answers to environmental science questions.

Folks enjoying a round of eco-trivia at Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. As the drinks get lower, the games get more fun!

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