Tropical rainforests, along with their unique and diverse ecosystems, are fast disappearing due to deforestation and ensuing climate change. Help your students to study animal adaptation and debate sustainability in this rich and absorbing topic.
- Landscape painting with a twist as groups of pupils locate rainforests on a map and learn their layer structure before unleashing their learning on the ‘canvas’.
- An excellent example of creativity and learning. Get students to create their own weird and wonderful rainforest animals taking into account the habitat that they live in.
- With maps, facts, quizzes and case studies this rainforest introduction is a perfect way to get your pupils thinking about these great ecosystems.
- Spark discussion and watch alliances form as the rainforest debate rages on in the classroom.
- Introduce or consolidate the topic using this fun quiz.
- Knowing about the dangers to the rainforest is important but the real problem lies in how it can be made sustainable.
- An engaging starter presentation covering flora, fauna, location and deforestation.
- Transform your pupils into mini environmentalists with this persuasive writing frame on saving the rainforests.
- Help your class to understand how rainforest animals adapt to their environment with this informative PowerPoint.
- Timelapse footage showing how the rainforest bursts into life and colour.
- This is a comprehensive and highly adaptable resource on rainforests with Brazil’s Amazon rainforest as the main point of reference.
- A simple crossword to go with the rainforests topic.
- Students study the activities of wildlife and plants under the rainforest canopy.
- An inspirational video showing the social and environmental benefits of a major restoration project in Sumatra’s Harapan rainforest.
- Teeming with animal photos and adaptation annotations, this resource has everything a student needs to understand what animals need to survive in the rainforest.
- Have local tribes been mistreated? Will there be any rainforest left in 50 years? These are the concerns raised in this PowerPoint.