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Educational activities to enjoy from home

Whether you are a teacher looking for inspiring and enriching content for your students to access and use independently from home, or a parent seeking ways to make the most of time at home with your children, we want to help.

Each week, we'll be providing engaging ways for you to connect with nature and learn more about our amazing planet. Our themed weeks will include live learning events via our dedicated Facebook group, an opportunity to participate in fun and insightful webinars with WWF experts, and links to our popular educational materials. And in case you miss any of these live events, you can revisit and access all content as and when you need to.

World Oceans Day – 8th June @ 10:00am

World Oceans Day – 8th June @ 10:00am

Celebrate World Oceans Day this year with a special live broadcast highlighting some of the amazing species that live around the English coastline. The broadcast will be aimed at 7-14 year olds but is suitable for everyone.

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This week: Focus on jungles

This week: Focus on jungles

Jungles contain a bewildering diversity of life, all intricately linked. This week we invite you to connect with nature and learn more about planet's jungle biomes from home.

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Focus on Oceans (starts 8 June)

Focus on Oceans (starts 8 June)

The open oceans are the world’s largest ecosystems. We've provided a series of engaging resources and activities to help you connect with nature and learn more about our planet's ocean habitats

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Catch up: Our Planet

Catch up: Our Planet

Go behind-the-scenes of the ground-breaking Emmy® Award winning documentary series with exciting videos, special guests, and an awesome programme of educational events and activities.

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Catch up: Focus on biodiversity

Catch up: Focus on biodiversity

Biodiversity supports everything in nature that we need to survive. Find out how biodiversity supports everything in nature that we need to survive.

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Catch up: Frozen Worlds

Catch up: Frozen Worlds

Our frozen worlds remain one of earth's last remaining wildernesses. Starting Monday 11th May, we're exploring our planet's polar regions with a series of fun daily activities.

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Catch up: Forests

Catch up: Forests

Without forests, life as we know it would not exist. We've got a suit of fun and engaging activities to help you connect with nature and learn more about our planet's forests.

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Catch up: Coastal seas

Catch up: Coastal seas

Coastal seas count for 7% of our ocean, yet they are responsible for 95% of the world's marine production. Learn more about our planet's coastal seas from home with five engaging activities.

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Catch up: Freshwater

Catch up: Freshwater

Freshwater is one of our planet's most precious resources. We've provided five fun and exciting learning opportunities to enable you to connect with nature and learn more about freshwater from home.

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WWF Talks Nature

We’re hosting a programme of FREE live online learning experiences led by WWF experts for families and individuals to join. You can take part in the following upcoming events by registering for each event using the links below. You can also access all past webinars, as well as find out more about our experts and post questions to them using #LearnToLoveNature.

WWF Talks Jungles: 5 June @ 11AM

WWF Talks Jungles: 5 June @ 11AM

Join WWF-UK’s Nicola Loweth and Emma Keller as they introduce one of the most iconic jungle inhabitants – the orangutan – and explore how the future of this incredible species is connected to choices we make about everyday food and household products.

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WWF Talks Oceans: 12th June @ 11am

WWF Talks Oceans: 12th June @ 11am

Dr Simon Walmsley, Chief Marine Advisor WWF-UK, takes us on a virtual tour of the often overlooked British marine environment.

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WWF Talks Our Planet

WWF Talks Our Planet

Documentary filmakers, Sophie Lanfear, Huw Cordey and Jamie McPherson, join WWF's Colin Butfield to discuss what it was like to work on the Our Planet series and the role of documentary filmmaking in conservation.

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Get creative and get wild!

We've got lots of great ways for you to connect with nature at home. You can get creative with our range of fun and engaging craft activities or take part in a weekly garden safari.

Creative Crafts

Creative Crafts

Join Lizzie and Annette for a series of live 'make-it' events and connect with nature this Easter.

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Go on a garden safari

Go on a garden safari

Discover nature on your doorstep using the Seek by iNaturalist app and our fun wildlife spotter sheets.

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Amazing Planet

Amazing Planet

Preview some of our Amazing Planet activities and facts with a free download. Suitable for ages 7 -12.

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