It’s Cats Play Series – 3 short videos -Cats and their effect on Australian wildlife (Early Stage 1, Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3)
What is the impact of cats on the Australian habitat?
The “Its Cats Play’ series was developed with Glideways and EGTC as part of their education on cat ownership.
Video 1. What does your cat get up to when your not home?
Video 2. The impact of cats on the Australian habitat
Video 3. Being a responsible cat owner
We meet a variety of cats and find out how they think and how they just can’t help themselves. It’s all up to the owners and what they can do to enjoy cats but not let them terrorise the native animals in the local neighbourhood.
These video presentations are suitable for all ages that look at how cats can effect the environment and investigates how people can be responsible cat owners. We also will send you some Supporting activities in PDF format.
First three schools to book get interactive session. LIMITED to FIRST 3 BOOKINGS.
The videos have been developed with support from Glideways , a program aimed at aimed at conserving gliders and their habitat through targeted projects. We work hand-in-hand with local communities and landholders.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: The Eaton Gorge Theatre Company (EGTC)
On Demand (available until: 17-Dec-2023 05:00PM)
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Creative Arts » Drama » Appreciating (Drama)
Science and Tech » Working Scientifically and Design and Production » Living World
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Internet access to view the videos
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Wildlife corridors for kids-Stage 3 teaching package ready to download
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The video, and learning activities explore the ways the domestic cat negatively impacts the local wildlife and biodiversity.
They also linked the play to educational resources for teachers to access free of charge from the Distance And Rural Technology (DART) Learning website.
The lessons are aligned with the Australian Curriculum Outcomes for kindergarten to year six students.