How to take part

 

The Bowdleflodes Wildlife Project is a free series of educational activities for young children which concern creativity and conservation.  Once you are registered and logged in we offer ‘Creative Creatures’ and a host of other free learning resources.

Developed by teachers for schools and parents, we offer cross-curricular topics and learning experiences which encompass key areas of the Art & Science National Curriculum.

Firstly children are invited to create their own ‘Creative Creature,’ a 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 a final piece which they describe in detail.

These fantasy animals are then entered into The Bowdleflode Wildlife Safari Park,  a wonderful worldwide collection of children’s art works.  Each child has their own free webpage which they can proudly show to family & friends.

Their art works can be seen both on the Bowdleflode website and on Instagram @bowdleflodesafari.

We are also developing a series of free themed learning resources concerning wildlife and conservation, the first of which are already available online.

We will be adding to these on a regular basis and would very much welcome your personal input and ideas..  As a teacher and/or parent what would you find most beneficial for teaching purposes?.

Please let us know at:-  hello@bowdleflodes.com

These projects involve children of all abilities and ages from across the world. They are also highly relevant to older children and adults,  since artistic and scientific learning and creativity is a lifetime scenario and not age restricted in any way.

How to take part

 

The Bowdleflodes Wildlife Project is a free series of educational activities for young children which concern creativity and conservation.  Once you are registered and logged in we offer ‘Creative Creatures’ and a host of other free learning resources.

Developed by teachers for schools and parents, we offer cross-curricular topics and learning experiences which encompass key areas of the Art & Science National Curriculum.

Firstly children are invited to create their own ‘Creative Creature,’ a 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 a final piece which they describe in detail.

These fantasy animals are then entered into The Bowdleflode Wildlife Safari Park,  a wonderful worldwide collection of children’s art works.  Each child has their own free webpage which they can proudly show to family & friends.

Their art works can be seen both on the Bowdleflode website and on Instagram @bowdleflodesafari.

We are also developing a series of free themed learning resources concerning wildlife and conservation, the first of which are already available online.

We will be adding to these on a regular basis and would very much welcome your personal input and ideas.  As a teacher and/or parent what would you find most beneficial for teaching purposes?.

Please let us know at:-  hello@bowdleflodes.com

These projects involve children of all abilities and ages from across the world. They are also highly relevant to older children and adults,  since artistic and scientific learning and creativity is a lifetime scenario and not age restricted in any way.