The Animal Needs Memory Game is suitable as a whole class activity. The flashcards highlight the different needs of animals. Suitable for ages 8 and under.
Activities are short, non-curriculum linked exercises that can be used in a variety of situations in the classroom.
In the Male, Female & Baby Animal Names Activity students find out what the female, male and baby names are for different farm animals.
“There’s a Possum in My Roof!” is a story by the RSPCA about a noisy possum in a young boy named Chris’ roof. The possum is having fun running around all night but his dad isn’t so happy about the noise. What to do? How about building the possum a new house? This story contains a fun project: building a suitable home for a possum.
Fun animal crossword activity. Each animal on the page needs to be identified and spelled correctly to fill out the crossword puzzle. A fun and challenging game!
This delightful book helps children learn that animals have feelings just like humans. The book is played through an interactive movie.
Literacy Activities | Animals: Attitudes and Actions. In most real life situations we do not read, speak, write, listen or complete mathematical tasks in isolation (on their own). We use a range of skills and knowledge to successfully complete a task.
No matter how much we love our pets, we can never love them as much as they love us. But we can try…
Meet Rosie the cat through this fun narrated story. You can read along and listen to the narration to learn all about what makes Rosie a happy and healthy cat.
A story that makes a great activity for your students about a dog at an animal shelter who finds a human in need and “rescues” her. Story by Janine Allen.
Part of the Vicki the Vet book series, “Kylie the Kangaroo” looks at some of the issues that our native wildlife face using fun poetry and engaging illustrations.