In this curriculum linked lesson students learn the difference between wild and domestic animals and why some animals make more suitable pets than others.
RSPCA approved and curriculum-linked lesson plans are available free of charge to WOAW Members.
Through discussion and hands on activities, students will develop an understanding of how to be a responsible pet owner and that different animals have different needs.
Students will explore a range of feelings. They will demonstrate understanding that animals have feelings too, by matching words to pictures depicting the emotions.
This lesson aims to introduce students to what chickens like to do for fun and then apply this knowledge to compare different farming styles.
In this lesson plan we learn that saving a pet is great, but it is also hard work. So before you get a pet, you need to be sure that you can give it everything it needs.
Storyboards Mini Unit with three curriculum linked lesson plans. This RSPCA Mini Unit aims to introduce students to some of the techniques utilised in storyboarding.
Underpinning this Mini Unit (cluster of lessons) is the recognition that animal abuse is a symptom of a far bigger problem of violence in society.
This School Pack is a mini unit of 6 victoria curriculum linked lessons and includes student leadership ideas, recipes for people and canines alike, activities, decoration tips, RSPCA & Cupcake Day Event background info…
In this RSPCA lesson students will explore real life stories of animal cruelty using an adapted version of Enhanced Forum Theatre.
In this rspca lesson plan students will explore different modes of communication including verbal, non-verbal and gibberish.