Species resources for the classroom
Our engaging species resources have been designed for both primary and secondary schools, enabling your pupils to get a better understanding of our planet's most endangered species, the threats they face, and how we can all take action to ensure their survival.
We've got a fantastic series of free species fact sheets featuring lions, tigers, elephants, snow leopards and more; whilst our new Tiger Tales classroom resource provides simple activities to help pupils develop their understanding of the natural world and to reflect on how their own actions can help shape the future.
Popular species themed education programmes
Illegal Wildlife Trade
Popular classroom presentations and Information Sheets
Our Forests and Jungles
Species fact sheets
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- Inspiration from nature: A classroom resource has been produced to help primary schools engage with sustainable development through the innovative approach of biomimicry.
- Wear it Wild: Wear it Wild is WWF's annual fundraising event and provides an opportunity to explore environmental issues and raise money to protect endangered wildlife.
- Tiger Tales: Simple activities are provided to help pupils develop their understanding of the natural world and to reflect on how their own actions can help shape the future.
- Fascinating animal facts: Learn incredible facts you'll want to share about some of our planet's most amazing species.
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