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!

Work Out Your Wild Side: Youth Physical Education Challenge

Get your students and children up and moving while teaching them the importance of species and habitats. Enjoy daily exercises tied to fun facts about species found in each of our five habitat-themed weeks. Follow up the challenge by entering for a chance to win a WWF education pack and a one-on-one web call with a WWF wildlife expert!

View the exercises and learn more »

Work Out Your Wild Side Poster featuring a cute sloth hanging on tree branch with funny look on face

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.

  • Primary

    Tiger Toolkit

    The tiger toolkit provides a resource guide and six activities around this iconic species, the threats they face, and what we can do to protect tigers for generations to come.

    What’s in the Toolkit

  • Primary

    Sea Turtle Toolkit

    Learn about ocean conservation while diving deeper into the challenging lives of sea turtles.

    What’s in the Toolkit

  • Secondary

    Biodiversity Toolkit

    The activities within the biodiversity toolkit provide students with an understanding of the importance of nature and how all living things are connected.

    What’s in the Toolkit

  • Secondary

    Be A Food Waste Warrior

    K-12 lessons, activities, and resources to teach the planetary impact of what we eat and what we throw away.

    What’s in the Toolkit

New to the Lesson Library

The Living Planet Report is a comprehensive study of trends in global biodiversity and the health of the planet produced by WWF every two years. We have created a special version of the report for young people: Wild Classroom's new Living Planet Report 2020: Youth Edition Pack.

View the Content Pack »

LPR Youth Edition 2020 Report Brochure

Weekly activity plans to do at home

With many schools closed and kids at home, get a day-by-day activity plan to help keep kids learning, thinking, and having fun. Intended for higher elementary to middle school grade levels.

View the activities »

Student holding Wild Classroom activity

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 Channel

Did you know polar bear fur isn't actually white? Learn all about these marine mammals of the Arctic from Wild Classroom's latest video on polar bears. 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.

Wild Classroom Spotlight

Petra Demas is a 10-year-old advocate for endangered species protection, who also happens to be an avid animal artist. This past summer, she combined her two passions into an inspiring project to raise awareness among her fellow youth.


Petra Demas | Great Falls, VA
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Petra Demas

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