Knowsley Safari has launched Home School Safari during Liverpool Isolation. FREE online learning hub for parents, teachers and kids.
Knowsley Safari is well known for putting children’s education first, hosting school visits, community groups and promoting wildlife conservation. Since Liverpool families are practicing social distancing, the Safari park have come up with a creative online hub to satisfy children’s curiosity.
Knowsley Safari FREE Home School Safari
Home School Safari is a brand new online learning hub packed with education, wildlife and conservation resources. Completely FREE, Knowsley Safari’s Home School Hub includes real veterinary videos showing a lion’s paw and a tiger’s tooth, plus downloadable worksheets to keep the kids learning and busy while at home. This is a wonderful online resource for Liverpool families and will ensure kids learn something new about wildlife and the importance of conservation.
Rachel Scott, Head of Marketing, Knowsley Safari says: “It’s business as usual for our keepers as they look after the animals at the Safari and we’re happy that they can share their daily activities by providing engaging resources which we can all learn from and be inspired and entertained by, while the majority of us are having to stay at home.
Knowsley Safari Conservation and Wildlife at Home
The online learning hub is free to use and is a massive help for parents and teachers looking for easy to use learning aids and downloadable worksheets. You can also watch educational videos and learn fun animal facts covering topics including classification, Africa, food and feeding, veterinary animal care and exploring different species.
- Discover the answers to questions such as:
- Do all birds fly?
- How does Elsa the Royal Python keep warm?
- What is metamorphosis?
Rachel Scott, Head of Marketing said “We hope parents and teachers enjoy the resources as much as the children. We’ll be updating the Home School Safari on a regular basis during lockdown, so there’ll always be something new to discover.”