About the Project
Using Art to help children around the world learn about Endangered Species
The Bowdleflodes Wildlife Project is an educational activity for young children promoting creativity and conservation.
Developed by teachers, the project delivers a cross-curricular topic based learning experience which encompasses key areas of the Art & Science National Curriculum.
Children are invited to create their own ‘Bowdleflode’, an imaginary animal that lives in an animal utopia. After learning about endangered species and their habitats around the world, children experiment with their designs before creating their final piece. At the end of the project, their creations are entered into The Bowdleflodes Safari, which is the world’s largest online fantasy wildlife park where each child is given their own webpage to share with family & friends.
Their animals can also be seen on Instagram @bowdleflodesafari.