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New 4th Edition! Cheetah: A Predator’s Role in the Ecosystem
This teacher’s resource guide is a comprehensive curriculum covering cheetahs and their role in its ecosystem, directed towards 11-14 year old students. CCF strongly believes that education is key for the cheetah’s survival, so by using this guide you become part of the international effort to save this magnificent species.
CCF will send you this valuable resource for a donation of $25 or more. Email us at email@example.com for more information.
Save the Wild Cheetah Activity Sheet – With Artwork by Jeff Harris
A sheet that focuses on cheetah adaptation and hunting with a fun comic page on one side. Jeff Harris creator of Shortcuts donated his fun and energetic work to CCF in 2003 and the comic has been used at CCF headquarters in Namibia ever since. Now you can download this fantastic activity sheet to use at home.
Save the Wild Cheetah Activity Sheet
Lessons from Namibia – Created by CCF Staff
(Suggested lesson for grade 4 and above)
This lesson is designed to introduce students to the concept of Human-Wildlife Conflict and stimulate discussion about minimizing conflict and co-existing with wildlife. Included is a power point presentation, “Understanding Human-Wildlife Conflict and Correct Identification of Livestock Loss” this can be modified to fit other grade levels.
(Suggested lesson for grades 4-7)
This lesson is designed for learners to become familiar with factors influencing an organism’s habitat and will apply their knowledge to themselves and other living organisms, including the cheetah to draw comparisons.
CCF and Cincinnati Zoo student activity guides
Meet the Cheetah
This activity guide is designed as a teaching supplement that engages students in participatory learning about cheetahs and cheetah conservation. This activity guide is directed towards primary school students (USA) and lower primary learners (Namibia).
A Voice for the Cheetah
This activity guide is designed as a teaching supplement that engages students in participatory learning about cheetahs and cheetah conservation. This activity guide is directed towards middle school students (USA) and upper primary learners (Namibia).
Did you know that International Cheetah Day (ICD) happens every year on December 4th? Learn more about how to celebrate this special honorary holiday and download valuable classroom resources designed to help young learners understand why cheetahs are important.