We have edited some of our previous teaching materials and designed some new to especially suit remote teaching.
Our teaching materials (links below) are suitable for phenomena based teaching in schools, while also offering outdoor activities for everyone interested in nature!
Materials include science and art-based exercises which help participants to learn about animal coloration and communication, pollinators and plants, predator-prey interactions, vegetation zones and natural history.
Our activities encourage children to go outside to observe and explore nature – whether it is at the park nearby, in your own garden or at a flower pot on the balcony. Teachers can adapt materials and activities to suit the courses and level of their teaching. We have made some suggestions for this.
We wish all the best for you in these challenging times!
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