Caring for Animals
If you believe that all animals deserve to have a life free of hunger, thirst, cruelty and pain, then join us in raising awareness of RSPCA Week (June 1-7) - a week focused on fundraising for and appreciating the organisation’s good work. By using some of the lesson plans and activities on offer in this collection, you can help spread awareness of this worthy cause.
Scheme of work which teaches pupils about the responsibilities humans have towards animals and charity work.
A scheme of work which forces pupils to take into account the basic needs of animals as well as humans.
Cats will never have to feel pain or hunger again as pupils learn to take proper care of their cat with this activity pack.
A great advert for the work done by the RSPCA as Inspector Tyson takes us on an interactive story in this literacy lesson.
Pupils’ pet keeping skills will be put to the test as they are tasked with matching the correct food, accommodation and toy to an animal.
A new hound in the house can be fun, but what does Dooby need to feel loved and survive? Test pupils with this mind mapping activity.
Information and questionnaires on keeping small animals as pets. Includes advice on nutrition and housing.
A range of resources looking at swans, their life cycles, habitats and the dangers they face.
A hard hitting but balanced look at animal cruelty and the relationship between humans and animals in various aspects of life.
Students can analyse the structure and techniques used in real RSPCA leaflets.
Do your students understand the law on animal welfare? Test them with this adaptable bingo quiz.
What is good welfare of farmyard animals? Investigate with this Q&A lesson.
Cat rights, media fame and cats in history are just a few of the topics covered in this cross-curricular activity pack for older students.
Explore, discuss and debate the issues surrounding factory farming.
Take a closer look at animal testing and the ethical issues it raises.
Group activity ideal for encouraging discussion about horse welfare and the circumstances of their mistreatment.
Look at these different scenarios pet charities face on a daily basis and discuss the problems and solutions.