Developing compassion and respect for marine mammals is key to what we do. We believe children play a vital role in the future of these animals.
Because we're serious about getting the message of animal welfare across, we've teamed up with Barbara Todd, to bring the magical world of whales and dolphins to you.
Through our World of Whales educational resource kit, we'll help you teach kids about these animals and their environment, so that they can play a bigger part in the protection of marine mammals in the future.
The kit includes lesson plans on whales and other interactive resources:
Whales, dolphins and porpoises resource manual:
A wealth of background information, extensive references, internet sites, and a glossary.
Illustrates photo identification techniques and other scientific methods utilised by whale researchers.
20 blackline master student activity sheets:
Worksheets which reinforce and test students understanding of specific concepts.
Over 1,000 diverse and creative learning activities:
The activities focus on science but also incorporate interdisciplinary subjects such as math, language, art and social studies.
Whale chart: 'Whales, dolphins and porpoises'
A large (23'' x 34'', 600mm x 850mm) colourful poster which illustrates comparative size, shape, and features of individual species.
Sea chart: 'To the depths of the sea'
Illustrates the range of ocean life at different depths and encourages ideas about food chains. (23'' x 17'', 600mm x 420mm)
8 concept charts:
Illustrate and emphasize specific concepts such as feeding techniques, social structures, migration, conservation, etc. (12'' x 17'', 300mm x 420mm). Each beautifully illustrated chart provides information which is specific to the chart along with key concepts, key words and suggested learning activities.
to order your free kit today (we just ask that you make a $10 donation per kit to cover postage).
Important: This resource is available to teachers and schools only. Suitable for multi-level, grades K-8.
About Barbara Todd
The World of Whales Educational Resource Kit has been compiled and written by Barbara Todd, BSc. Barbara worked as an educator for many years before becoming involved in whale research. Since 1980, she has worked as a field researcher on projects studying whales in the Caribbean, United States and New Zealand.
Barbara has initiated and participated in a variety of educational programmes aimed at both adults and children. Barbara's photographs have appeared in numerous publications and she is the author of five books.