Beautiful digital art you could display in your classroom to facilitate discussion about global warming. You could present one of images and ask the students what they think it's trying to convey, no text is needed to spark discussion. Great way to get students interested and engaged in the topic.
Infographic: Top 20 countries with most endangered species
FREE Teaching resources for 7-11 year olds: What is an Endangered Species? This activity challenges students to think about what it means to be an endangered species and what causes a species to become endangered.
The Shoebill Stork is one of the worlds more endangered species and is actually considered one of the worlds ugliest animals next to the Wildebeest. People have clearly never delved deeply enough into the species of the sea to think this bird one of the ugliest animals on earth.
Rarely growing larger than a foot (30 centimeters) in length, the Axolotl is one of nature’s smaller amazing bundles. A critically endangered species in their native Mexico, these amphibians are a species of salamander that never undergoes metamorphosis and therefore remains gilled and aquatic for its entire life.
Amur leopard There are only 30 known Amur Leopards currently alive, landing them on the critically endangered list. Amur Leopards are sadly poached, because their beautiful coats are in high demand. World Wildlife tells us more about this awesome animal: “People usually think of leopards in the savannas of Africa but in the Russian Far East, a rare subspecies has adapted to life in the temperate forests that make up the northern-most part of the species’ range. Read more…