About us

WHO WE ARE

Blueeggs Environmental Education Ltd. (pronounced as blue-eggs)  is a non-profit corporation formed in March 2016.  It is our mission is to increase children’s knowledge on environmental issues while improving their math skills and critical thinking skills.

In an era when redesigning each community in which all needs are met in sustainable ways is a key to the success of the community, building knowledge and skills to address complex environmental challenges has become more critical than ever.

The importance of environmental education for children was highlighted when environmental education was included in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) that replaced the No Child Left Behind Act on December 10, 2015.  ESSA emphasizes that both strengthening academic skills and developing a deeper understanding of environmental issues is essential to enhance students’ learning and academic success.

Blueeggs Environmental Education publishes workbooks to enhance both academic achievement and environmental knowledge of children. We also publish free quizzes weekly from our website.  While traditional educational materials provide information on their subject matters only, our materials integrated environmental subjects into one of the most important core academic subjects – mathematics.

Our workbooks cover the national math standards. The materials also encourage children to challenge themselves beyond the material they have already mastered by connecting their learning with environmental situations in real world. Each quiz shows ongoing environmental issues in the United States and around the world, using the latest data from organizations such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

Using actual data and real-life examples, our materials provide children opportunities to stimulate independent thinking, promote their academic success, and gain confidence in their abilities to learn.

Blueggs also provides environmental education in schools, libraries, and other public venues to promote environmental awareness and stewardship, through lectures, seminars, study groups, public and classroom performances, exhibits, and so on.