New teaching resources from ARKive

New teaching resources from ARKive

Take the Wild into the Classroom with ARKive's free teaching resources

Bring lessons to life with ARKive's new teaching resources. Covering key science topics such as food chains, adaptation, biodiversity and conservation, ARKive's free fun-packed teaching resources for 7 to 16 year olds are easy to download and adapt to your own classroom needs.

Play Dinner at the Reef and explore food chains through this fun and interactive game.

In Biodiversity Hospital, students work in medical teams and learn how to balance the competing priorities for the conservation of an endangered species.

Design a Conservation Programme and discover the importance of biodiversity, as well as the economic benefits and services that ecosystems provide.

Is romance in the air? Learn how species find their partners in the animal kingdom through our fun Dating Game.

Fancy yourself as a bit of a van Gogh? Learn how species are adapted to live in different habitats and Design your own Species.

Biodiversity Hospital

ARKive in the Classroom

ARKive's amazing - and free to use - films, photos and fascinating fact-files can be used in a whole range of school subjects, whether you want to engage students in key science topics or get some wild inspiration for creative English, Art or ICT projects.

Use ARKive's collection of over 70,000 stunning films and photos of animals and plants to liven up lessons, presentations and handouts, and inspire your students with our wild science games.

Find out more about ARKive Education and keep up to date with all the latest wild news via the ARKive blog.