Pair Your "Hugg-A-Planet" With these Awesome Educational Resources

Pair Your "Hugg-A-Planet" With these Awesome Educational Resources

Having a Hugg-A-Planet is great, but many of our customers also ask for ways they can pair their new purchase with great learning opportunities. So we have keep a list of great educational resources that you can use for free and that make a great pairing with the Hugg-A-Planet toy!


Friends of Hugg-A-Planet some positive uplifting resources.


  • Good News Broadcast
  • Love Peace Freedom Harmony and Happiness
  • A Better World
  • The movie about Science, Spirituality, Humor and a New Paradigm: “What the BLEEP! Do We Know!?” is a wake-up call to the hundreds of thousands of people who are searching for a voice in this fragmented culture.

    Register to VOTE
  • Rock the VOTE
  • Online voter registration.

    Political sites.
  • Electoral Vote Predictor
  • Political sites available on the Internet sorted by country, with links to Parties, Organizations, Governments and Media
  • A site for digital political campaign
  • Democracy Coalition Project
  • Excellent resource on United States constitution
  • Compare with the 1993 constitution of China

    Fun Geography sites.
  • geographystoreonline
  • Great list of Geography's influence on MUSIC
  • Awesome tool for getting hi resolution images taken from space.

    Stimulate constructive dialogue about vital public issues.
  • Support the creation of a cabinet-level Department of Peace
  • The Creative Coalition.
  • A community of people committed to social change.

    News that did not make the news and FREE SPEECH
  • Project Censored To educate people about the role of independent journalism in a democratic society and to tell
  • Howard Stern's site and FCC issues Howard Stern has had a long battle with the FCC and free speech.

    Peace and resolving conflict sites
  • Center for Unconventional Security Affairs (CUSA) at the University of California Heather Mills McCartney
  • 2001-20 1 0 as the "International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World",
  • United States Institute of Peace,
  • Peace Corps
  • The Peace Maker Site
  • The Peace Room Site

    Recent finds on state of humanity
  • A theory concerning the origins, nature, extent and morality of this destructive force inherent in free market economies; argues for a new interface with already-outdated environmental rhetoric; includes an array of practical solutions; extensive references.
  • Welcome to Millennium-ark! everything from dreams and prophecy to science and spiritual matters to LOTS of emergency preparedness information.

    Space related sites.
  • NASA home page
  • The Mars Society
  • The Planetary Society

    Sites shared links with
  • Army Navy Surplus Store
  • As Seen On TV - Here are all those products Seen On TV, sports & fitness, exercise videos and equipment, automotive items and much more!

    Educational resources
  • Political Science Site dedicated to Political Science forums and resources
  • Developmental and highly educational board games toys store; along with educational toys and activities which bring fun into learning process.
  • Educators for Social Responsibility
  • NYC Educators for Social Responsibility
  • Education resources
  • A resourceful site for parents teaching their children preschool at home.

    Environmental sites:
  • Natural Resources Defence Council, membership
  • World Water Rescue Foundation Water for all people
  • Conservation International, home page
  • Environmental News Network
  • Major Lists of Environmental Resources
  • Greenpeace
  • African Wildlife Foundation works to conserve the wild animals of Africa and the land they inhabit.
  • The Alliance for Justice is a national association of environmental, civil rights, mental health, women's, children's and consumer advocacy organizations
  • The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) is dedicated to advancing energy efficiency as a means of promoting both economic prosperity and environmental protection.
  • Conservation International promotes biodiversity conservation in endangered ecosystems worldwide.
  • Defenders of Wildlife works to protect wild animals and plants in their natural communities.
  • Earth First! works to protect wilderness through radical means.
  • Earth Island Institute provides organizational support in developing projects to protect the global environment.
  • Earth Share manages workplace giving campaigns for its member charities.
  • Earth Summit Watch works to implement Agenda 21, the blueprint for sustainable development, adopted by the world's leaders at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit.
  • Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund strives to protect people and natural resources by enforcing and strengthening environmental laws (formerly the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund).
  • Earthwatch sponsors scientific field research to improve understanding of the planet and its inhabitants.
  • Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) provides multidisciplinary research and development of innovative energy and environmental technologies for the protection of air, water and soil.
  • Environmental Defense combines science, economics, and law to find economically sustainable solutions to environmental problems.
  • Environmental Literacy Council offers links to environmental resources on the web.
  • Environmental Working Group provides the public with locally relevant information on the environment.
  • Friends of the Earth USA focuses on the underlying social and economic causes of environmental problems.
  • Greenpeace uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems and force solutions.
  • League of Conservation Voters is a bipartisan group working to educate voters and win elections on behalf of the environment.
  • National Audubon Society works through advocacy, policy, science, litigation, sanctuary management, grassroots outreach and education to protect birds and their habitats.
  • National Coalition for Marine Conservation is dedicated to conserving ocean fish, preventing overfishing, reducing bycatch and protecting habitat.
  • National Parks and Conservation Association (NPCA) is dedicated to protecting, preserving and enhancing the U.S. National Park System.
  • National Religious Partnership for the Environment seeks to integrate commitment to global sustainability and environmental justice into all aspects of religious life.
  • National Wildlife Federation unites individuals, organizations, businesses and government to protect nature and wildlife.
  • Natural Resources Defense Council protects the environment and human health through advocacy, litigation, research and education. (And publishes this website!)
  • The Nature Conservancy preserves habitats and species by buying the lands and waters they need to survive.
  • Public Agenda provides information on issues ranging from abortion to welfare.
  • Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) is an association of watchdog organizations dedicated to safeguarding the public interest and protecting the environment.
  • Rainforest Action Network protects rainforests through education, grassroots organizing and non-violent direct action.
  • Rainforest Alliance promotes research and education to conserve tropical rainforests.
  • Scenic America protects scenic roads, prevents billboards from trashing our highways and helps people create more attractive communities.
  • Sierra Club promotes environmental conservation by influencing public policy -- legislative, administrative, legal, and electoral.
  • Society of Environmental Journalists is a membership group of print and broadcast journalists as well as educators and students. SEJ's purpose is to enable journalists to better inform the public about critical issues concerning the environment.
  • Southern Environmental Law Center is the only environmental organization dedicated solely to protecting the natural resoures of the southeastern United States.
  • Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance works to protect the magnificent canyon country and unspoiled public lands surrounding Utah's prized national parks.
  • Union of Concerned Scientists is dedicated to advancing responsible public policies in areas where science and technology play a critical role.
  • The Wilderness Society protects wild places in the United States through public education, policy work and litigation.
  • Wildlife Conservation Society, headquartered at New York City's Bronx Zoo, works to save wildlife and wild lands throughout the world.
  • The Woods Hole Research Center addresses environmental issues through scientific research and education.
  • World Resources Institute helps governments and private organizations cope with environmental, resource and development challenges of global significance.
  • World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) seeks to reverse degradation of the environment by promoting biodiversity and sustainability, while minimizing pollution and consumption.
  • World Wildlife Fund (U.S.) dedicated to protecting the world's wildlife and wildlands.


    Fun media sites sites.
  • longest running entertainment magazine on the internet
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