Ground rules for wild animals
The young person will learn that if we own an animal, or come into contact with one, we are responsible for its needs and society expects us to be responsible for it.
Our actions can affect wild animals. This can be on purpose or by accident. In places where wild animals live we need to behave in a way that does not scare or harm them.
Number of participants: You can run these activities with just one person or in a small group.
How long it will take: The activity will take about 20 to 30 minutes.
Included in this guide:
- Activity sheets
- Facilitators' notes
- Fact sheets