Nocturnal animals collection
As night falls and we fall into a deep slumber, some creatures are just waking up. Help your pupils learn about how these fascinating animals are specially adapted for the night environment.
- Imitate the darkness of the forest as students carry out touch and sound tasks with their eyes shut.
- An engaging fact file to help pupils learn all about the animals they might see prowling about the local countryside.
- The bat is not a creature to be feared; this comprehension task sheds light on this fancinating creature.
- Why are certain animals so successful at living in darkness and how do they do it? This resource reveals all.
- Nocturnal animal comprehension that asks pupils to pay close attention to the text or they’ll miss the key fox facts.
- A fantastic resource with Sats style questions and activities on all things nocturnal.
- Envelop your classroom with the creatures of the night with these pictures, name tags and labels.
- Enthuse and excite your students with a treasure hunt to find the missing words in their nocturnal animal facts.
- Get creative by building a safe shelter for an animal to use when it gets dark outside.
- A child friendly video showing some nocturnal animals in action and their adaptations.
- Engaging narration and immersive animal footage ensure pupils will be learning about animal adaptations in no time.
- Using the theme of nocturnal animals, pupils are put to the test to get their punctuation right.
- Pupils find out why Plop the owl thought the dark was fascinating while learning many facts on the nocturnal instincts of the owl.
- A scavenger-hunt-cum-bingo fusion results in a fun and interesting way to consolidate learning on nocturnal animals.
- This hands-on activity is from TES partner Wildscreen is designed to teach students about nocturnal animals and the senses they employ to navigate life in the dark.