Educational activities to enjoy from home
Whether you're a parent seeking ways to make the most of time at home with your children - or a teacher looking for inspiring and enriching content for your students to access and use independently from home - we want to help.
The science that affects our world
The Earth's global temperature is warming, meaning that weather patterns and ecosystems are changing more quickly than animal species and human communities can adapt.
Our engaging classroom resources, presentations and information sheets have been designed for both primary and secondary schools. By learning more about the science and geography that affects our world, and the decision makers and organisations who have the power to champion change, we want young people to embark on a personal journey with WWF to understand what needs to be done, to recognise what matters most to them and to take action to help protect the places, animals and things they love.
Climate change education programmes
Popular classroom presentations and Information Sheets
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- Penguins and Polar Bears: Download our free species fact sheets to learn more about this incredible species and the threats they face.
- Skype in the classroom: From 9th December, you can sign up for a ‘Skype in the classroom’ session with a polar specialist or WWF educator.
- Healthy Food for a Healthy Planet - Focus on Climate: A resource for primary schools to explore food that is healthy for people and healthy for the planet.
- Five ways to tackle climate change: Join millions of us making changes that will add up to something truly powerful.
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Fight against climate crisis
We are the last generation who can stop devastating climate change. The last generation who can save the ice caps, save wildlife, and save ourselves. The truth is, we know what we need to do. Let’s act now, together we can stop climate disaster.