Animals Around Us
A set of ‘Bingo’ activity sheets to discover, observe and engage with biodiversity that lives in our homes, balconies, gardens.
Look through a window, behind a door, scale the corners of walls, shift a flowerpot - find any three down or across and say BINGO! Check the activities linked to each element on the bingo for advanced learners.
Spot the Season!
Observe what is different and what remains the same around you and in the natural world as creatures and plants respond to changing seasons.
Use the prompts and visuals in this series of Spot the Season! bingo sheets to make notes and document what happens around you month after month.
Natural History Stories: Bats - Flying Mammals
Fascinating stories and phenomena in the natural world told through a set of captivating visuals and easy to understand language.
For use in classrooms, outdoor sessions and nature walks!
Behaviour Tales: Animal Grooming Charts
Through stories, questions and visuals get a sneak peek into the wonderful lives of the creatures that inhabit the natural world around us.
For use with beginner learners in classrooms, outdoor sessions and nature walks!
Plants Around Us
Plant Poster Series
A2 sized posters on three common plants- the Giant Milkweed, Singapore Cherry and Neem. Available in Kannada and English, this resource will help learners explore their neighbourhoods through plants and the creatures that visit them.
Download, print and display this poster in your home, school or workplace or use them during nature walks!
Colours & Patterns in Nature
Colours in Nature
A printable activity sheet that helps learners pay attention to the various colours in the natural world-from the many shades of green to colours of birds, butterflies and spiders.
Document your colour walk by collecting fallen leaves, seeds or flowers to create a display, take pictures or fill the colour wheel in the activity sheet.
Shapes & Patterns in Nature
A printable activity sheet that helps learners pay attention to different patterns in the natural world-from dots and spots on insects to patterns on leaves.
Document your shape & pattern walk using the activity sheet, sketch and make notes of what you find, take pictures or create a display with fallen leaves, seeds or flowers.