Age 11-14 (Key Stage Three)

ARKive works with the world's best filmmakers, photographers, conservationists and scientists to create a multimedia guide to the world's endangered species. The educational resources produced by ARKive help students to understand concepts of evolution and biodiversity and contain rich images of a wide variety of species.

In this collection, resources cover a wide range of topics. These include:

* variation, adaptation and evolution
* classification and the use of keys
* biodiversity and endangered species


Adaptations for Movement (Age 11-14)

Produced by ARKive, this creative activity is designed to teach students aged 11-14 years about the theory of adaptation. It does this by looking specifically at animals' adaptations for movement through different types of habitats.

Students learn the definition of adaptation and why animals need...

Human Impact on the Environment (Age 11-14) *suitable for home teaching*

From Arkive, this presentation and activity are designed to teach students aged 11-14 about the concept of human impacts on the environment. The presentation explains how human impacts can directly affect species survival, using plastic waste as an example. The activities then encourage students to consider how the...

Opposable Thumbs (Age 11-14)

In this resource, produced by ARKive, students explore the role of the opposable thumb in primates and look at how this adaptation helps many different species in accomplishing tasks essential for survival.

A presentation introduces the definition of an opposable thumb and looks at species that have this...

Newly Discovered Species (Age 11-14)

Produced by ARKive, this resource teaches Key Stage Three children about biodiversity and classification whilst developing skills in independent research, collaboration and scientific thinking. It also gets students thinking about how scientists plan expeditions and surveys.

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