World Wildlife Day activities across the classes

"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak, so we must and we will." Theodore Roosevelt

The Indian School - Second Shift celebrated World Wildlife Day on March 3, 2024, to acknowledge the natural biodiversity that surrounds us. It is essential to realise that every living being, from the largest animal to the smallest plant, contributes to the world's health. The day also aims to support the conservation of the most critically endangered species and their ecosystems while promoting humanity's sustainable use.

School organised activities and discussions to create awareness among students about wildlife conservation. The students of classes 1 and 2 watched a video on endangered animals, made finger puppets of their favourite animals and discussed their habitats. Similarly, class 3 students conducted classroom discussions on the importance of wildlife, came up with measures to conserve wildlife and made sketches and paintings of endangered species. 

The discussions in classes 4 and 5 highlighted critical issues such as urbanisation, poaching, pollution and the destruction of natural habitat. It is fantastic that the students came up with informative and catchy slogans to preserve wildlife across the world.

These activities conveyed the special message to the young minds that every creature matters, and every effort counts. Prioritising wildlife conservation is vital to making the world a better place.