Educational Resources

Introducing WWF's Wild Classroom

Connecting educators and parents with the tools and resources they need to help kids explore and understand the world around them. Together we can inspire the next generation to build a future where people and nature thrive! Recently recognized as one of 2021's Best Digital Learning Tools by the American Association of School Librarians (AASL).

Spotlight: New Arctic Ecosystem Unit

Wild Classroom has a new ecosystem unit on the Arctic with education materials that are designed to help learners explore, analyze, and discuss the importance of the Arctic ecosystem. These resources are geared toward grades 3-8 but can be adapted for any grade level.

cover image of Arctic resource guide
© Outdoorsman / Shutterstock

Lesson Library

Choose from a variety of toolkits featuring information guides and activities about some of WWF’s priority species and conservation goals. These subject-integrated lessons are perfect for school, home, or any learning environment and will leave kids with an understanding of how their actions help shape the future of nature.

Conservation in the Classroom

Bring conservation and science to life by giving children the opportunity to hear and interact with someone in the field. Through free 45-minute virtual events livestreamed on our website, children can hear WWF experts share stories of their experience working to protect species and habitats around the world.

New Video on the Wild Classroom YouTube

Did you know that bison are really important members of their ecosystem because of how they help other animals? Come join the herd and learn about the national mammal of the United States!

For the latest educational videos and Q&A sessions with our experts, subscribe to WWF's new Wild Classroom YouTube channel.

Other Educational Tools

Use these apps, games, videos, and more to reinforce with students the importance of conservation and how they can help make a difference.

Going the Extra 'Wild' Mile

In early 2022, students from Maryland visited the state capital building in Annapolis and helped pass state legislation aimed at reducing the impacts of food waste on our environment.

Coalition of Maryland students and schools
Read more about the coalition

Three individuals walk down the brick street in Annapolis. One youth is holding a sign that reads 'Please don't throw out SB124 HB150.'

*Various image attributions: © WWF-Brazil/Adriano Gambarini| Trina Pate | Ola Jennersten/WWF-Sweden | Cat Holloway/WWF