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Let's Ask the Animals

Remarkable 22 minute film from the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour will hold children and teachers entranced. Teaches needs of animals using delightful farm animal…

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Secondary resources for older primary students

Our Farm Animals & Us film and teachers’ pack include resources for Lower Secondary which are suitable, or can be adapted, for use with older primary students aged 10-11.

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Primary school and young children's resources

Simple activities and work cards to engage young children about the needs and sentience of farm animals (ages 5-11).

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How Should We Treat Farm Animals?

Most people learn more by talking than listening, but not everyone can be persuaded to talk in front of a whole class. These discussion cards and worksheets encourage students to…

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Free resources for science teachers

Children of all ages care about animals. Establishing links between science and animal welfare can be a great way of provoking thought and stimulating discussion of ethical issues…

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Personality Test: How Do You Think About Animals?

Quiz for exploring values. Ten questions. Students examine their attitudes to the use of animals for food including intensive farming, organic farming, cloning, fishing and…

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Free resources for geography teachers

How we can feed the world without damaging the environment is a growing topic of debate. Discussing the rights and wrongs of the ways we treat animals for food is a great way of…

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Free resources for PSHE and citizenship teachers

The way our food is produced is a growing topic of debate. Discussing the rights and wrongs of the ways we treat animals for food is a great way of engaging children in…

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FREE RESOURCES FOR RELIGIOUS STUDIES TEACHERS

Most of the major faiths teach kindness to animals, but for some religions it is a major part of their belief system. This is a subject which can engage children, encourage…

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