The International Fund for Animals Welfare (IFAW) have created a huge number of resources for teachers doing projects on Wild Animals.
“Animal Action Education resources for educators! Looking for tools and resources to educate and inspire young people about animals and our shared environment? You’ve come to the right place! IFAW offers a wide variety of free thematic education packs including teaching guides, lessons, worksheets, films, and interactive activities aligned with core curricula in more than 40 countries and 12 languages plus Braille. To receive emails alerting you to new educational resources from IFAW, please register here today.
New! Easy-to-download bumper collections for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 of our favourite single-theme teaching resources featuring: tigers, elephants, whales, turtles, bears and a host of other animals, as well as exploring key themes such as habitats, ecosystems and biodiversity.”(IFAW)
Downloadable Bumper Collection Links:
The site hosts free resource packs for Key stages 1 and 2 with maps of wildlife, projects on different animals, and more. Titles such as:
- Back Garden Naturalist ( Ages 5 – 7)
- Buyer Beware (Ages 8 – 11)
- Born to be Wild – a free booklet about the tiger (Ages 8 – 11)
And lots more.
There are videos linked to their resources, booklets and worksheets on many wild animals.
Teachers can sign up to receive emails when new resources are shared. It is an absolute gem of a website for anyone doing an animals and their habitats project.