We publish books to regularly inspire children to appreciate wildlife and take part in efforts to help save animals, birds and the environment.
Use these outdoor learning strategies and activity ideas focused on nature play pedagogy, music and movement to plan your next learning journey to our parks. Developed together with early childhood specialists, Ms Drizzle Hshieh (Roots and Boots) and Ms Lavina Chong (Wigglepods).
A full Primary-level resource pack with suggested itineraries based on thematic learning journeys. Use this pack to plan your own school-led learning journey in Singapore Zoo!
This pack has themes based on English, Science (and science bridging), and Social Studies.
Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals.
Theme: Cycles and interactions within the environment.
Use these blank worksheets to make learning visible and guide students' self-directed observations of animals. Worksheets include observations of: predators, prey, pollinators, detritivores, and seed dispersers.
Theme: Interactions within the Environment (Man and the Environment)
Use these blank worksheets to make learning visible and guide students' self-directed research on various threatened animals. Students can use these worksheets while exploring the exhibits and reading the interpretives. Reflection questions are also included.
The Bug Explorer Kit is a resource designed to help teachers or parents engage children in discovering the fascinating world of insects. The kit includes a teacher guide, picture cards and props for activities before, during and after a learning journey at Singapore Zoo.
Recommended for children aged 3 – 6 years old.
‘Singapore Zoo Stories’ is a series of four books that revolve around the life of Ah Meng, the orangutan, and Komali, the Asian elephant. Through these animal stars, we hope to promote interest in learning the Chinese language among children.
An engaging way to teach children Chinese, this series features animal characters like Pedro, the small-clawed otter and his friends. These creatures show how to separate different materials for recycling, plus other interesting facts such as the eating habits of pygmy hippos, and how to care for animals in the zoo.
Teachers and parents can use this educational resource package to get children interested in learning Tamil. Written by a team of 16 Tamil teachers, these books are closely aligned with Primary 1 and 2 Tamil language curriculum requirements. This package includes four storybooks on the adventures of zoo animals, an informative book with beautiful pictures featuring animals found in Singapore Zoo and two activity books.