SPECIES RESOURCES FOR SCOUTS & GUIDES
Our engaging species resources have been designed for children aged 4 - 16, and enable your members 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 Explore posters are packed full of fascinating species facts, engaging activities, and information on how we can all help to safeguard the futures of our planet's most endangered wildlife.
WWF's resources for leaders and groups - particularly the Explore posters - are very user friendly and the youth love the badges.
Explore Poster & Activities
Explore is our free species poster resource for youth groups and young people. Each issue focuses on one key species and is packed full of fascinating facts, engaging activities, and information on how we can all help to safeguard their futures. Your group can also earn their very own Explore badges by completing various activities...
Who is it for: Children and young people aged 6-16.
Materials included: Species posters, activities, badge order form.
Our new tiger resource pack will enable your group to find out more about this iconic animal, the threats it faces, and empower them to develop their own ideas and opinions on environmental issues through creative activities and games.
Who is it for: Children and young people aged 7 to 14.
Materials included: 7 tiger-themed activities and games, badge order form.
Wear it wild
Wear it Wild is WWF's annual fundraising event that your members will just love! It provides an opportunity to explore environmental issues, raise money to protect endangered wildlife, and win great prizes for your group! Each year we produce a comprehensive range of leader resources to support the learning journey.
Who is it for: Children and young people aged 5-14.
Materials included: Leader pack, craft activities, recipe book, badge order form, member certificate, species fact sheets,