Different animals have different needs. In this activity, students look at different animals and their different needs.
Activities are short, non-curriculum linked exercises that can be used in a variety of situations in the classroom.
What Pet Am I? is an activity created by the Australian Veterinary Association AVA PetPEP.
Never leave your pet unattended in a parked car for any period of time because temperatures can become dangerous in minutes. Learn what to do if your pet is exposed to high temperatures.
Tell a story the aboriginal way: using symbols! Learn the symbols used in the activity & work out the sentences. Then use aboriginal symbols to create your own story.
Just like us, animals can feel happy and sad. Look at the animals in the pictures below and write under each one whether you think they are happy or sad.
Students learn what the letters in RSPCA stand for with this fun activity. Colour in the letters and then try to write the words for yourself.
In this activity, students get to know other students in the class by finding out about their RSPCA knowledge and experiences.
In this activity, students get to colour in a barn picture, cut it out, paste it to a piece of paper and then draw their favourite RSPCA barn animal behind the doors.
Students look at the images and discuss responses as a class focusing on animal feelings, the needs of animals, the five freedoms and the role of the RSPCA.
In this activity, students look at the animal images and respond using the sentence starters: I see, I think, I wonder, I feel. Discuss responses as a class.