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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!

Exploring the world of WWF

Choose from a growing library of free animal and nature related teachers guides, fact sheets, and activity plans that are aligned with national education standards. The activities in the toolkits are geared to help students develop their understanding of the natural world and to reflect on how their own actions can help shape the future.

  • 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

  • Sea Turtle Toolkit

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

    What’s in the Toolkit

  • Polar Bear Toolkit

    Within the polar bear toolkit are activities on the role human impact and climate change play on the future of this respected animal and the Arctic.

    What’s in the Toolkit

  • Food Waste Warrior Toolkit

    The food waste warrior toolkit provides lessons, activities and resources to share how what we eat impacts our planet by creating a classroom in the cafeteria.

    What’s in the Toolkit

  • Dolphin Toolkit

    The freshwater dolphin toolkit contains learning materials about the importance of protecting these fascinating animals and conserving freshwater resources around the world.

    Coming Soon

Create your own Google Logo for Earth day

WWF and Google’s CS First program have developed a free classroom coding activity for kids interested in wildlife conservation and computer science. Through Earth Day, kids can use code to create their very own Google logo to tell a story about their favorite wild animals or show how they want to protect the planet. Learn more now

Teacher Testimonials

Wild Classroom Testimonial

Casey Arnone, 3rd grade teacher

Lansdowne Elementary, Baltimore MD

"They all were so engaged and at the end of the lesson were so eager to learn more by asking if they could do their own personal research on tigers and how they can help."

Other Classroom Tools

Your students can be the heroes that nature needs!

Create a fundraiser with WWF’s Panda Nation and empower your classroom to protect the wildlife and wild places they’ve been studying.