Education

Education 

Young people are important actors in snow leopard conservation and represent the future. They have the ability to shift values amongst themselves and in their communities. Schools and teachers play a key role in reaching young people and children across snow leopard habitats and need to be supported with materials suited to their lives and setting.  

Here we collate resources for teachers and organizations working with young people. To date, SLN Grant projects supported 8 education and social mobilization programs for youth, teachers, monks or herders were supported in 7 countries. 

Wildlife Camera Trap Activity

Get children involved in counting snow leopards by building their home made camera trap ...
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Kid Zone- Snow Leopard Conservancy

Test your knowledge about Snow Leopards by taking the Snow Leopard Quiz KIDS PAGE ...
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Snow Leopards and Buddhism Teachers’ Guide for Bhutan

Educational Booklet designed for teachers. It offers a lesson plan using ancient Buddhist stories as well as the information on snow leopard in Bhutan. This booklet is a product of a Snow Leopard Conservation Grant ...
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