Welcome to your very own Kids Corner – filled with fun facts and cool things to do and create!
On this page you will meet some of Australia’s most weird and wonderful wildlife and learn about their habitats, favourite foods and what makes them so special.
Discover what a Gouldian Finch likes for lunch, learn where a Western Quoll sleeps during the day, and find out all about Australia’s largest burrowing animal, the Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat.
From your friends at Australian Wildlife Conservancy, we hope you enjoy learning about some of Australia’s wonderful animals and why it’s so important that we care for them!
From crosswords to costumes, we’ve got something for every junior scientist to enjoy.
Filled with bite-sized information, original illustrations and fun-filled activities for kids aged 5-10, the book focuses on threatened and iconic species found on AWC sanctuaries and partnership areas across Australia.
Click the button below to download a copy to print at home, with the option to donate to protect threatened wildlife.
We’re inviting students across Australia to participate in a dress-up or free-dress day on any day across the week from 4 to 8 September to raise awareness this National Threatened Species Day.
If you’re a teacher or staff member at a primary school, childcare provider or other childhood education provider, you can register your interest here to learn how to get involved!
If you’re a parent or grandparent and would like to nominate a school, please get in touch by contacting email@example.com.
The new school year is almost here and we’ve created a set of wildlife themed label stickers to decorate your books, lunch boxes, drink bottles and more!
Click the button below to download your AWC Back to School labels. You can print these straight onto standard A4 paper and apply them using clear contact paper or sticky tape. We’ve also put together some more detailed instructions if you want to print these direct onto sticker label sheets.
Send your wildlife drawings to firstname.lastname@example.org