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Endangered Animals - World

This animated guide from CBBC tells you about the plight of endangered animals from places around the world. There are two versions, the Flash version being easier to read.

Pupils

Not Flash

7-11 year olds
Children's Butterfly Site

Information, colouring pages and frequently asked questions about butterflies and moths. The colouring pages are suitable for younger children but the text is more suited to Key Stage 3 upwards.

Pupils

Not Flash

7-14 year olds
Animals and Us

Animals and Us is an interactive resource from the RSPCA. There are lots of quizzes, drag and drop activities, videos and interactive stories about animals and their care.

Teachers, Pupils

Flash

7-11 year olds
The Bug Club

A website for children who are interested in bugs. Some useful information if you are doing a minibeasts topic in school. Aimed at 5 - 15 year olds.

Teachers, Pupils

Partly Flash

5-14 year olds
A Virtual Farm Walk

There are lots of fun things to do on this walk, with lots of fascinating facts about farms and the animals and plants that live on them. Visit different parts of the farm, looking at the machinery animals or even go pond dipping.

Teachers, Pupils

Partly Flash

7-14 year olds
Nature Detectives

A subscription site about nature from the Woodland Trust. Find out what to look out for in the natural world in the coming weeks. There are activities and resources to help you learn more about trees.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Not Flash

7-14 year olds
Let's Talk about Insects

A great interactive site which explains what insects are. Excellent graphics and clear commentary in this Flash presentation.

Pupils

Flash

7-14 year olds
Farms for Schools

Interested in taking your class on a farm visit? Search for a suitable farm in your area here. There is also precautionary advice for teachers.

Teachers

Flash

5-11 year olds
Dinosaurs

A simple site about dinosaurs. Find out the possible reasons for them becoming extinct.

Pupils

Not Flash

7-11 year olds
Fossils

A BBC video of Martin Hughes-Games who visits a science museum and explains fossils and the evolution of life.

Teachers, Pupils

Partly Flash

7-11 year olds
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