Students will explore different techniques for creating a pet portrait. They will use captions to describe the emotions shown by the animals in the portrait.
RSPCA approved and curriculum-linked lesson plans are available free of charge to WOAW Members.
In this lesson students will explore different techniques for creating a poem. They will write, edit and present their poems to the class.
Students can test their knowledge of the animal kingdom with this fun interactive lesson!
This RSPCA lesson aims to help students understand that everything we do has an impact on the world somewhere.
In this lesson students will gain an understanding of how development affects our native wildlife and investigate how we can co-exist with wildlife.
Developed specifically for secondary students, this integrated RSPCA unit is project-based and meets all Learning Outcome requirements for VCAL PDS unit 1.
This resource includes a collection of activities. Students develop an understanding of the basic needs of pets, & what some of our responsibilities are in caring for our pets.
This resource is a collection of activities to encourage students to have a deeper understanding of animal needs and the responsibilities required in caring for them.
In this lesson students understand the difference between animals which can be kept as pets and animals which cannot, through group discussion and creating a pet animal.
In this lesson students discover the similarities between all living things and the importance of responsible pet owner. This lesson focuses on dogs and cats.