A delightful non-fiction text with information about nocturnal animals such as the fox, owl, hedgehog, badger and bat.The Learning Zone
Designed especially for children by Oxford University Museum of Natural History, there are lots of fun things to do and learn here. Sections include: Animals, Insects, Rocks, Fossils, Minerals, Funstuff.Rainforest Animals
Great pictures of some of the wonderful animals which live in the rainforest. The concise facts on some of them is ideal for primary aged children.What types of food do animals eat?
An easy video explanation of the differences between herbivores, carnivores and omnivores.Animal Photos
Super wildlife and domestic animals photos which can help you to identify creatures.Animal Home Builder
A delightful series of activities where children need to follow instructions to help to build animal homes for a cat, dog, bird and rabbit.Create a Talking Animal
Check out the creative writing idea from the British Library and create your own talking animal. You could write a story or draw a beautiful illustration.Best Maths Animated Gifs
Downloadable animated gifs which demonstrate mathematical concepts such as Pythagorus Theorem, how to find the area of a cylinder and more. Useful teaching aid for use on an interactive whiteboard.All about Animals
An interesting site about ethical issues around keeping animals.Baby Animals
Find out why spring is an ideal time for animals to have their young. There is information about calves, lambs, birds and about animals coming out of hibernation. Written at two levels of difficulty.