This series of education activities aims to give teachers and conservation practitioners some thought provoking and fun activities for children. Activities include games, class and home based tasks, group work and short projects.
If you have an activity you would like to share with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
These coloring sheets with endangered species from Conservation Optimism will help you check what have you learned from Conservation Optimism posters and have fun coloring them!
The Saiga Conservation Alliance is proud to be a member of ConservationNOW, a Conservation Network of Optimists Worldwide, which inspires people around the world by sharing optimistc conservation messages (and much more). They’ve created some lovely posters for children, so that we can share them with the children in the SCA’s Steppe Wildlife Clubs, and further afield.
Please feel free to share them with anyone you think would like them, and visit the Saiga Resource Centre for more on-line resources. Do visit @conservationoptimism to find out more.
This teaching guide and education booklet was created by San Diego Zoo Global for use by schools and wildlife clubs to teach students about the saiga antelope.
What features define an animal? Do we associate particular characteristics with a species or a group of species?
Saiga Day was celebrated simultaneously in three countries - Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kalmykia (the Russian Federation) for the first time in 2011.
This activity enables students to understand the importance of ecological services the natural environment provides and the need to preserve it.
This activity brings together different elements of the curriculum to produce an information leaflet.