This resource provides the steps and questions for teachers to encourage the use of science process skills in a learning journey to study animal natural history and zoo exhibit design. Use the Design Thinking approach to help your students design and build their own zoo exhibit that an animal would thrive in.
Why Did The Pangolin Cross The Road: A wordless picture book inspired by children helping an injured pangolin outside their school. Fosters critical thinking in kids to interpret the plot and create dialogues from illustrations. Includes '3-2-1 Pangolin Fun' activity guide for language development.
Little Otter, Little Trouble: A wordless picture book inspired by a lost otter pup. Fosters critical thinking in kids to interpret the plot and create dialogues from illustrations. Includes '3-2-1 Otter Fun' activity guide for language development.
The Komodo dragon is the world’s largest living lizard. Found only on five Indonesian islands, including Komodo Island, this threatened reptile is one of Indonesia’s national treasures.
Currently, Singapore Zoo is home to three Komodo dragons – Bima and his two sons, Mario and Taro. Love Komodo dragons? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities you can do with your kids.
This resource is specially curated with Pathlight School to take students on a virtual learning journey to Singapore Zoo. It can be used on its own, as pre/post-visit to our park.
Use these outdoor learning strategies and activity ideas focused on nature play pedagogy, music and movement to plan your next learning journey to our parks. Developed together with early childhood specialists, Ms Drizzle Hshieh (Roots and Boots) and Ms Lavina Chong (Wigglepods).
Join our Zoo Rangers on adventures to learn about fascinating animals and how anyone can keep the world safe for wildlife and ourselves. Use the accompanying resources to enrich learning and bring the topics to life. Our virtual shows and resources are designed to align with the Nurturing Early Learners Framework.