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Teacher Campaign Packs
Guide students through an integrated curriculum experience linking to our community conservation campaigns and real world actions. Students will explore inquiry questions that investigate real life wildlife conservation issues and contribute to actions that will protect animals in the wild.
Zoos Victoria offers a range of student web conferences run by educators from Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary or Werribee Open Range Zoo. They are closely linked to our Community Conservation Campaigns and feature live crosses to our Zookeepers and animal experts, with opportunities for students to ask questions.
Inspire your students to learn about wildlife and take actions to help save our most endangered species with our range of animal content, creative tools, and digital learning projects.
Learn about some of our animals at Melbourne Zoo, Werribee Open Range Zoo & Healesville Sanctuary. We have facts on birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and even an invertebrate! On some animal pages we now have interactive distribution maps, (see Helmeted Honeyeater, Leadbeater’s Possum, Mountain Pygmy-possum, Northern Corroboree Frog, Southern Corroboree Frog, Lord Howe Island Stick Insect and Tasmanian Devil).
Discover our priority 20 local species that we are determined to save from extinction. They include super cute possums, birds, elusive skinks, obscure frogs and an amazing stick insect.
This free app supports the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity 2011–2020. Learn about 400 animal species, take part in games and quizzes, and share your favourite animal pictures and actions with friends. It is available for all smartphone users in five languages. Try out the Biodiversity is Us app.
Enrich your teaching skills around wildlife with our teach professional development programs.
Do you want to join a community of teachers who are helping to Fight Extinction all across Victoria?