Welcome teachers in India!

Looking for tools and resources to educate and inspire young people about animals and our shared environment? You've come to the right place! IFAW offers a wide variety of free thematic education packs including teaching guides, lessons, worksheets, videos, and interactive activities aligned with core curricula in more than 18 countries and eight languages plus Braille.

Animal Action Education in India

IFAW's Indian partner Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) has been conducting the Animal Action Education programme in the country to sensitise school children to wildlife conservation and animal welfare. The initiative was launched in India in 2003. Since then tens of thousands of children from across India participate each year in this global programme. Recently, AAE has also reached out to children in neighboring countries including Bhutan and Nepal.

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Download our free resource packs for secondary school students in India »

 

Elephants Never Forget

Elephants, Never Forget
Teaching guide & student magazine:
English » | Hindi » | Bodo » | Marathi »

Online classroom video:
English on Vimeo » | YouTube »
Malyalam on YouTube »

 

Born to be Wild

Born to Be Wild
Teaching guide & student magazine:
English » | Hindi »

Online classroom video (English):
Vimeo » | YouTube

 

Under One Sky

Under One Sky
Teaching guide & student magazine:
English » | Hindi »

Online classroom video (English):
Vimeo » | YouTube »

 

Beneath the Waves

Beneath the Waves
Teaching guide & student magazine:
English »

Online classroom video (English):
Vimeo » | YouTube »

 

To the Rescue

To the Rescue
Teaching guide & student magazine:
English »

Online classroom video (English):
Vimeo »

 

Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding these materials.

 

 

IFAW’s Animal Action programme is an international educational partner of:

AAE in India

 

 

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Cats, Dogs, and Us Programme

Coming Soon!

Cats, Dogs, and Us, the latest release in the series, aims to educate students about the characteristics of cats and dogs, the unique relationships they have with people in communities around the world and the important responsibility people have in caring for the needs of cats and dogs.

New! Preview the online classroom video (English) today on Vimeo » or YouTube »