World Land Trust (WLT) has a variety of educational resources to offer all ages.
Most of our education and fundraising packs have been designed to target specific Key Stages and our downloadable maps and publications provide excellent supporting material.
Our free Education Fundraising Pack gives information and ideas on how to help save threatened wildlife across the world. Produced for youth and educational groups, parents, teachers and students the pack contains information on WLT's conservation projects, and a range of useful links to websites on rainforests.
CD, pack and web pages: Key Stage 1 - 2
An educational fundraising resource from the WLT, designed specifically for Key Stage 1 and 2. It consists of a printed pack and CD, supported by web pages to help teach students about the importance of protecting the natural world.
Download for: Key Stage 1 - 2
A free teaching resource packed with rainforest information, including activity sheets and a PowerPoint presentation. This pack has been created by WLT with support from shopping centre brand The Mall, who have helped fund it as part of their environmental initiative, EnviroMall.
Website: Key Stage 3
An educational website by WLT aimed at 11-14 year olds. Focus on Forests explains some of the issues facing forests around the world today. It contains case studies to give a real insight into what the problems are and the solutions found by the people living in these forests.
Read species fact files on animals and plants found in wildlife reserves protected by WLT funding. Learn fascinating facts about some of the weird and wonderful wildlife that live on the reserves, such as the Giant Otter, beautiful hummingbirds and unusual tropical plants.
WLT's wildlife webcams stream live footage of wildlife from the rainforest direct to the comfort of your home or classroom.
Want to know how big an acre/hectare/square meter is? Use our area converter to find out.
If you need help understanding some of the terms used on the WLT website, visit our Glossary and Abbreviations page. The page outlines the WLT's definition of terms used when we talk about our conservation work.