Under One Sky
For hundreds of millions of years animals have inhabited the land, the seas and the skies of planet earth.
From the smallest insects to the largest mammals, animals are vital threads in the web of life that sustains us all. Animals have also been our close companions and workmates for thousands of years. They fascinate and inspire us, and are woven into the fabric of cultures around the world.
Under one sky explores the many ways that animals matter.
UK Secondary School Teaching Guide and Lessons »
Suitable for Key Stage 3 and 4
Eco-investigators worksheet »
Field work extension activity (Teaching guide supplement)
Habitat protection pledge »
Protect animal homes in many different ways right where you live
Pledge certificate »
Award your students for taking positive action to protect animals and our collective home, planet earth!
Animal poster set »
Each with an inspirational quote
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Supported by Nat Geo Wild
Take a look at the Nat Geo Wild website, which features information on Sea Life, Creepy Crawlies, the Wild World and Pets and Rescuers. Check out the video player for your favourite shows as well.