World Wildlife Fund: Resources and materials

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

The WWF – World Wildlife Fund – offers a range of age-appropriate resources focused on sustainability and helping pupils to “care for our beautiful planet”.

Teachers can search via age range (five to seven and seven to 11) or theme (climate change, species and nature, food and food growing, etc). There are also a range of craft activities available. Examples of the materials include:

  • Green Ambassadors: Key stage 1 storybook series designed to introduce key environmental ideas.
  • Wildlife Spotters: Spotter sheets to help with outdoor wildlife-spotting activities.
  • Land for Life: Teacher guide and lesson presentation for key stage 2 exploring the geography and ecosystems of Kenya and Tanzania.
  • Our Planet: Resources supporting Netflix’s new Our Planet series.

Factsheets and posters: Classroom materials offering key information on issues such as the climate crisis, polar bears and penguins, illegal wildlife trading, food production and others.

On climate change, there are resources focused on the forthcoming COP26 event in Glasgow as well as general climate themed lesson plans (for ages seven to 14) to help pupils understand what climate change is and what they can do to tackle it.

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