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Learn More: Environmental Resources
Educational Resources from the World Land Trust
- Species in WLT reserves – Basic facts and images of some of the animals that can be found in the WLT's project areas
- Focus on Forests – Educational website about the issues facing the world's forests, for ages 11-14. Includes an online handbook for teachers.
- Resources for Schools – Wall charts, leaflets, videos and newsletters available from the World Land Trust office
- Top 20 Hints for fundraising – Tips for some great, fun ways of raising funds for conservation
- Bright Green Kids – A colourful site where you can watch videos on recycling, the environment and lots more fun green ideas.
- Symbiob (Flash cartoon story) – Symbiob is a planet where all living things have evolved to exist interdependently, resulting in some weird and wonderful creatures with even stranger ways of working together! (LE)
- Zoom Rainforests – Rainforest facts, pictures, quizzes and puzzles.
- ARKive Education – Comprehensive teaching resources using ARKive’s many thousands of videos, images and fact files
- EcoFriendlyKids – reference point with tips for parents and children, showing how everyone can play a part in helping to protect the environment.
- Education 4 Conservation – Access point for information, knowledge, resources and materials for anyone involved in wildlife conservation education.
- TotallyWild.net – offers information about school visits to Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks (LE)
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