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Animal Ambassadors 20 hrs of prepared lesson series for 5-12 y/o on The Illegal Wildlife Trade
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Animal Ambassadors 20 hrs of prepared lesson series for 5-12 y/o on The Illegal Wildlife Trade

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This pack includes everything you need to run a series of one-hour sessions for 5-12 year olds on the illegal wildlife trade. The pack offers over 20 hours of free lesson plans created with the help of amazing illustrators, photographers and storytellers who care about endangered wildlife. The lessons include tips on photography from the world’s best wildlife photographer David Yarrow; a masterclass for children on how to draw animals from Axel Scheffler, award-winning illustrator of the Gruffalo; and a gripping adventure story from the author Zella where children smash an ivory smuggling ring. Activities are designed to be fun, to bring this challenging and controversial subject to life in a way that children can really enjoy and understand. Using creativity and the power of storytelling we can inspire them with the wonder of the wild world; nurturing a conservation-conscious generation who will ensure its survival. The pack’s objective is to inspire, encourage and persuade young people to become ‘animal ambassadors’ to help endangered species threatened by the illegal wildlife trade. It’s a flexible scheme of work with a range of cross-curricular activities that can be used across the school and year groups and for themed days or weeks (eg. world wildlife day, science week).
An Elephant for Breakfast:3-part lesson series built around book by Zella on Illegal Wildlife Trade
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An Elephant for Breakfast:3-part lesson series built around book by Zella on Illegal Wildlife Trade

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This pack includes everything you need to run a 3-part series for 5-12 year olds around the popular children’s book, An Elephant for Breakfast. The pack is designed to educate children about the true impact of poaching through the medium of a gripping adventure story from the author Zella where children smash an ivory smuggling ring. A variety of materials including the story in play form ensures accessiblity to the topic whilst bringing the subject to life in an engaging and fun way. Part 1: Introduce children to the concept of ivory and smuggling, increase English language skills and help children think about the extinction of elephants Part 2: Activities include a group reading exercise and an activity to weigh up the evidence, and to debate who smuggled the ivory and why. Part 3: Give children multiple perspectives on the illegal wildlife trade and a strong foundation for a classroom debate on extinction. The exercises include group activities analysing evidence using the characters within the story.
An Elephant for Breakfast:3-part lesson series based on book by Zella on The Illegal Wildlife Trade
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An Elephant for Breakfast:3-part lesson series based on book by Zella on The Illegal Wildlife Trade

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This pack includes everything you need to run a 3-part series for 5-12 year olds around the popular children’s book, An Elephant for Breakfast. The pack is designed to educate children about the true impact of poaching through the medium of a gripping adventure story from the author Zella where children smash an ivory smuggling ring. A variety of materials including the story in play form ensures accessiblity to the topic whilst bringing the subject to life in an engaging and fun way. Part 1: Introduce children to the concept of ivory and smuggling, increase English language skills and help children think about the extinction of elephants Part 2: Activities include a group reading exercise and an activity to weigh up the evidence, and to debate who smuggled the ivory and why. Part 3: Give children multiple perspectives on the illegal wildlife trade and a strong foundation for a classroom debate on extinction. The exercises include group activities analysing evidence using the characters within the story.