World Land Trust (WLT) has a variety of educational resources to offer all ages.
Most of our materials have been designed to target specific Key Stages and our downloadable maps and publications provide excellent supporting resources.
A series videos produced by World land Trust based on the current key stage 1 & 2 curriculum, teaching pupils about topics such as species, food chains, the environment and how they relate to WLT's conservation work.
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.