“Happy Animals” is a fun interactive game that teaches about how to treat animals with kindness and about animal cruelty.
Tech Based learning resources are aimed at teachers who have the facilities to provide a computer for each student, specialised technology or may involve homework for students with computers and internet access from home.
This School Pack is a mini unit of 6 Qld curriculum linked lessons and includes student leadership ideas, recipes, activities, decoration tips, RSPCA info.
Who’s Egg Is this? In this fun little activity you get to see a variety of different types of eggs and try to guess what animal they are from?
The objective of this lesson is to assist students in understanding the role of the RSPCA. This lesson would be an ideal to complete prior to a ‘Shelter Visit’.
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.
“Is this Bob’s home?” is an interactive online story suitable for Prep to Grade 3 students. The story follows Bob the dog on his journey to find his home.
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.
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.