Teaching Resources
 
 
Reptopia Hunt Activity Sheets

Thinking of how to enhance the experience as you 'slither' through our newest exhibit, RepTopia? Just download the following resource and look out for the reptiles!

Discover the Australian Zone Activity Sheets

Are you hopping through the Australian Zone? Our free activity sheets will enhance your learning journey with us!

For Preschool

For Primary School

Free Activity Sheets

Make the children’s visit to Wildlife Reserves Singapore parks an educational one by downloading and completing these free activity sheets. These worksheets combine different disciplines such as English, Chinese, Math and Science. With them, your children get to learn more about wildlife in many fun ways while visiting the Zoo! (Don't forget to print on both sides of the paper to save trees too!)

For Preschool (3 to 6 year old)


For Lower Primary (7 to 9 year old)
For Upper Primary (10 to 12 year old)

Teaching materials

Take your zoo visit to another level by using our array of teaching guides to help you plan educational tours on your own! Our Singapore Zoo stories come with pre-crafted zoo trails and are also available in Chinese, Malay and Tamil.

List of Teaching Guides for the Singapore Zoo

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Fragile Forest & Tropical Crops – An Enchanted Learning Journey

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Using 2 of the most popular exhibits – Fragile Forest and Tropical Crops, this resource book guides early childhood educators on how to carry out interactive and interesting activities that will captivate children. This useful resource book aims at engaging and nurturing children to be creative thinkers. Children are curious by nature and it is important to get them interested in living organisms living around them and to teach them where the source of things in their lives comes from.

 

Suitable for preschool children, Primary 1 and 2 students, this book will be useful in facilitating children’s learning and in turn, increase their understanding of the natural world.

 

Price :

S$29.00


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Singapore Zoo Stories 1 (Chinese, for P1 students)

Description : ‘Singapore Zoo Stories’ is a series of four books that revolve around the life of Ah Meng, the orang utan, and Komali, the Asian elephant. Through these animal stars, we hope to promote interest in learning the Chinese language, among children.
Price : S$23.00

 

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Singapore Zoo Stories 2 (Chinese, for P2 students)

Description : Learn the Chinese language through the animal stars like Pedro, the small-clawed otter and his friends on how to separate different materials for recycling; be intrigued by little known facts about Growie, the giraffe; discover the eating habits of pygmy hippos; pick up tips on how to care for the animals in the Zoo.
Price : S$23.00

 

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Singapore Zoo Stories (Malay, for P1 & P2 students)
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Get your child excited about learning Malay through the animal stars in the zoo!  Produced in collaboration with Teachers Network and a team of 10 Malay language teachers, this package comprises of four storybooks on Zoo animals and two activity books. The short stories revolve around Ayu, the butterfly; Chomel; the orang utan; Growie, the giraffe and Inuka, the polar bear.

Price : S$23.00

 

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Singapore Zoo Stories (Tamil, P1 & P2)

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Description: This Singapore Zoo Tamil Stories comprises four storybooks on Zoo animals, two activity books and a pictionary. The short stories revolve around the adventures of Jati, the elephant; Guna, the lion; Short-tail, the baboon and Inuka, the polar bear. The pictionary is an informative book with beautiful pictures, featuring animals that can be found in the Singapore Zoo. Suitable for P1 & P2 students, this is also an educational resource packages that both teachers and parents can use to get children interested in learning Tamil. Written by a team of 16 Tamil teachers, this book is closely aligned to the P1 & P2 Tamil language curriculum requirements.

Price :

S$23.00


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