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This year the 100 Great Black Britons campaign includes useful learning resources to help teachers and parents doing home school during lockdown. Theses lessons and activities can be used to teach students about subject areas covered in KS1; KS2; KS3 and KS4.
I am but a humble School Library Media Coordinator! Dav Pilkey and Scholastic are the true creative geniuses behind Dog Man. My ONLY goal in creating this digital escape room was to empower the love of reading! ALL images and authorship belong to Dav Pilkey and Scholastic. Free images were used from topping.com and were edited using canva.com. Other images were gathered from Google Image Search.
Hello and welcome to our Harry Potter themed Digital Escape Room!
You can complete this escape room as a group or as an individual. You can compete against friends and try it multiple times. Just make sure you have fun!
Get yourselves ready! You’ve got an adventure to begin. A familiar voice is here to take you on a journey through the Longleat Safari. You’ll meet lions, tigers and… who knows what else!
Welcome to our Wonderland-themed Digital Escape Room! It is based on the story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll. Also referenced are movie adaptations of the book–Walt Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and Alice in Wonderland, see Credits below.
Empathy Day may be over for another year but you can still enjoy all the empathy boosting activities in our Family Activities Pack. The activities cover Empathy Day’s three themes – Read, Connect, Act – but can be done in any order, with just some scrap paper and a pen or pencil.
Make new animals, play animal games, solve animal puzzles, take a guided tour, and join a zoo quest.
Watch one of our many cool videos and play our fun web games! Fun for hours!
Meet our animals, see videos and read our stories. We even have games and quizzes too. Let’s explore San Diego Zoo from home!
During these strange times the RSPCA prevention and education team is aiming to provide teachers, parents and carers with engaging activities that will get young people thinking and debating animal issues.
Learning new things is always fun and it is good to take the focus off ourselves and explore topics that could really change things for the better for both animals and the planet.
There is a lot more to think about than you would imagine – dip into some of these suggested activities and resources, you’ll be surprised what little changes we could make to improve the lives of animals.