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ARKive (www.arkive.org). Wildscreen works to promote a greater public appreciation of the world’s biodiversity and the conservation of nature, through the power of wildlife imagery. Over the past year they have also been producing free, curriculum-linked educational resources which can be found on the education section of ARKive: http://www.arkive.org/education/resources. There are currently around 30 free online ARKive education resources, each including teachers’ notes, classroom presentations and activities arranged by age group. Suitable for 5 to 18 year olds, ARKive’s free teaching resources cover a range of key science and biology subjects including adaptation, endangered species, food chains, Darwin and natural selection, classification, identification, conservation and biodiversity. We have also developed a number of cross-curricular resources which tie into subjects including art, English, geography and ICT.
Through ARKive, Wildscreen is working with the world’s most renowned wildlife and environmental filmmakers, photographers, conservationists and scientists to create the ultimate guide to the natural world. ARKive is a unique online collection of the very best films and photographs of over 15,000 of the world’s threatened animals, plants and fungi, providing a stunning audio-visual record of life on Earth. This exciting resource is made freely accessible to all at www.arkive.org.« Back To Resources