Acquire knowledge of animals’ physical, behavioural and social characteristics. Students will be able to explain how certain physical characteristics (wings, beaks, feet) of an assigned bird species are adapted to the bird’s diet, habitat and survival.
RSPCA approved and curriculum-linked lesson plans are available free of charge to WOAW Members.
Many issues arise in response to allowing cats to have unwanted litters of kittens. This lesson plan looks at the results of not desexing your cat.
Students will identify some of the ways in which humans impact negatively on Australian native animals. They will then develop a plan for an invention that would help to keep our native animals safe. Design ideas may be fantastical or realistic.
This lesson aims to introduce students to the excitement of the Internet in a fun and easy manner. They will learn how to access useful information from the internet.
This fun lesson for ages 8 and under, with a specific focus on P-1, introduces children to the concept of providing mental and social stimulation for pets.
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.