Resources

Like many in the animal kingdom, we learn best through play. Let’s make learning fun and engaging with these specially designed resources. Great for home-based or blended learning as well as learning journeys.?

Ages 3 to 6

Animals We Love: Mousedeer

Singapore is home to two mousedeer species.? Not so easy to spot in the wild, but you can’t miss the lesser mousedeer at the Zoo’s Fragile Forest. Watch them munch their greens and refer to the activity pack for mousedeer-related learning ideas.

Animals We Love: Tigers

Like all tigers, Singapore Zoo’s white tiger siblings Pasha and Keysa are water-loving cats. Watch them at water play and download the activity pack for some play-based learning at home!

Animals We Love: Komodo Dragons

The?Komodo dragon?is?the world’s largest living lizard.??Found only on?five Indonesian islands, including Komodo Island,?this threatened reptile is one?of Indonesia’s national treasures.?

It?is?locally?known?as?ora?or?buaja?daret?meaning ‘land crocodile’.?Komodo dragons?are?difficult to breed?under human care.

One of?the?challenges,?similar to?that for many reptiles,?is the difficulty of telling males?from females?without?DNA tests?or?ultrasound scans.?

We?celebrated our first-ever?hatching in 2009, after 34 years of caring for Komodo dragons. Mario is the first Komodo dragon successfully bred in Asia, outside of Indonesia. Currently, Singapore Zoo is home to three Komodo dragons – Bima and his two sons, Mario and Taro.?

Love Komodo dragons? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities?you can do with your kids.

Animals We Love: Orangutans

Orangutans are apes. The word ‘orangutan’ means ‘man of the forest’ in Malay. Here in Singapore Zoo, you are likely to see orangutans swinging amongst play structures or having fun with a gunny sack.

In this video, we feature Merlin the orangutan. Merlin was born on 8th October 2004 and his favourite fruit is durian. He was named after the grandson of Jane Goodall, a famous primatologist who visited Singapore Zoo a few weeks after he was born.

Love orangutans? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities?you can do with your kids.

Bug Explorer Kit

The Bug Explorer Kit is a resource designed to help teachers or parents engage children in discovering the fascinating world of insects.? The kit includes a teacher guide, picture cards and props for activities before, during and after a learning journey at Singapore Zoo.

Price S$ 59

Outdoor Learning Recipe Cards

Use these outdoor learning strategies and activity ideas focused on nature play pedagogy, music and movement to plan your next learning journey to our parks. Developed together with early childhood specialists, Ms Drizzle Hshieh (Roots and Boots) and Ms Lavina Chong (Wigglepods).

Animal Observation Sheets

Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals.?

Nature Scavenger Hunt

The Zoo is home to wild animals too! Team up with friends and family to find as many items as possible on this list during your visit.

Bug Explorer Kit

The Bug Explorer Kit is a resource designed to help teachers or parents engage children in discovering the fascinating world of insects.? The kit includes a teacher guide, picture cards and props for activities before, during and after a learning journey at Singapore Zoo.

Price S$ 59

Makan Detectives

Become a Makan Detective: trace your food's journey from farm to fork, and discover how much of our food is actually sustainable!

Recycle Racers

Learn how you can recycle, help the earth, and have fun at the same time!?

Top Marks

Not all products and companies are equal. Score top marks by spotting environmentally friendly products that display these marks!?

Wetland Wonders

Do you know how important wetlands can be in ensuring clean waterways? Try this experiment at home and see for yourself!?

Bug Explorer Kit

The Bug Explorer Kit is a resource designed to help teachers or parents engage children in discovering the fascinating world of insects.? The kit includes a teacher guide, picture cards and props for activities before, during and after a learning journey at Singapore Zoo.

Price S$ 59

Ages 7 to 12

Animals We Love: Mousedeer

Singapore is home to two mousedeer species.? Not so easy to spot in the wild, but you can’t miss the lesser mousedeer at the Zoo’s Fragile Forest. Watch them munch their greens and refer to the activity pack for mousedeer-related learning ideas.

Animals We Love: Tigers

Like all tigers, Singapore Zoo’s white tiger siblings Pasha and Keysa are water-loving cats. Watch them at water play and download the activity pack for some play-based learning at home!

Animals We Love: Komodo Dragons

The?Komodo dragon?is?the world’s largest living lizard.??Found only on?five Indonesian islands, including Komodo Island,?this threatened reptile is one?of Indonesia’s national treasures.?

It?is?locally?known?as?ora?or?buaja?daret?meaning ‘land crocodile’.?Komodo dragons?are?difficult to breed?under human care.

One of?the?challenges,?similar to?that for many reptiles,?is the difficulty of telling males?from females?without?DNA tests?or?ultrasound scans.?

We?celebrated our first-ever?hatching in 2009, after 34 years of caring for Komodo dragons. Mario is the first Komodo dragon successfully bred in Asia, outside of Indonesia. Currently, Singapore Zoo is home to three Komodo dragons – Bima and his two sons, Mario and Taro.?

Love Komodo dragons? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities?you can do with your kids.

Animals We Love: Orangutans

Orangutans are apes. The word ‘orangutan’ means ‘man of the forest’ in Malay. Here in Singapore Zoo, you are likely to see orangutans swinging amongst play structures or having fun with a gunny sack.

In this video, we feature Merlin the orangutan. Merlin was born on 8th October 2004 and his favourite fruit is durian. He was named after the grandson of Jane Goodall, a famous primatologist who visited Singapore Zoo a few weeks after he was born.

Love orangutans? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities?you can do with your kids.

Bug Discovery [P1 and P2]

Tips on how to plan and prepare for your field-trip to the zoo, especially with the use of STELLAR P1 & P2 books.

Outdoor Learning Recipe Cards

Lower primary

Use these outdoor learning strategies and activity ideas focused on nature play pedagogy, music and movement to plan your next learning journey to our parks. Developed together with early childhood specialists, Ms Drizzle Hshieh (Roots and Boots) and Ms Lavina Chong (Wigglepods).

Bug Discovery [P1 and P2]

Activities and ideas to help structure your field-trip around a visit to the Fragile Forest exhibit to learn more about invertebrates.

Animal Observation Sheets

Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals.?

Circle of Life worksheet

Theme: Cycles and interactions within the environment.?

Use these blank worksheets to make learning visible and guide students' self-directed observations of animals. Worksheets include observations of: predators, prey, pollinators, detritivores, and seed dispersers.

Protecting Wildlife worksheet

Theme: Interactions within the Environment (Man and the Environment)?

Use these blank worksheets to make learning visible and guide students' self-directed research on various threatened animals. Students can use these worksheets while exploring the exhibits and reading the interpretives. Reflection questions are also included.??

Nature Scavenger Hunt

The Zoo is home to wild animals too! Team up with friends and family to find as many items as possible on this list during your visit.

Resource Pack: Itineraries and Activities

A full Primary-level resource pack with suggested itineraries based on thematic learning journeys. Use this pack to plan your own school-led learning journey in Singapore Zoo!?

This pack has themes based on English, Science (and science bridging), and Social Studies.

  • P1-2: Through the Jungle / Bug Discovery
  • P3-4: Growing up Wild / Biodiversity Detectives
  • P5-6: Circle of Life / Protecting Wildlife
Available soon!

Bug Discovery [P1 and P2]

Activities and ideas to help wrap up your field-trip and consolidate your students' learning back in school.

Makan Detectives

Become a Makan Detective: trace your food's journey from farm to fork, and discover how much of our food is actually sustainable!

Recycle Racers

Learn how you can recycle, help the earth, and have fun at the same time!?

Top Marks

Not all products and companies are equal. Score top marks by spotting environmentally friendly products that display these marks!?

Wetland Wonders

Do you know how important wetlands can be in ensuring clean waterways? Try this experiment at home and see for yourself!?

Ages 13 and above

Outdoor Learning Recipe Cards

Use these outdoor learning strategies and activity ideas focused on nature play pedagogy, music and movement to plan your next learning journey to our parks. Developed together with early childhood specialists, Ms Drizzle Hshieh (Roots and Boots) and Ms Lavina Chong (Wigglepods).

Animal Observation Sheets

Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals.?

Nature Scavenger Hunt

The Zoo is home to wild animals too! Team up with friends and family to find as many items as possible on this list during your visit.

Makan Detectives

Become a Makan Detective: trace your food's journey from farm to fork, and discover how much of our food is actually sustainable!

Recycle Racers

Learn how you can recycle, help the earth, and have fun at the same time!?

Top Marks

Not all products and companies are equal. Score top marks by spotting environmentally friendly products that display these marks!?

Wetland Wonders

Do you know how important wetlands can be in ensuring clean waterways? Try this experiment at home and see for yourself!?

Book Nook

Browse through some of our favourite reads here. E-books can be downloaded for free, and?physical copies can be purchased at heavily-discounted rates.?

All About Elephants

Elephants live in family groups and spend their time travelling, foraging and playing together.

For more ele-fun facts, click to download this e-book.??

All About Tigers

The majestic tigers are formidable hunters but they are in turn being hunted. Find out fascinating facts about these Lords of the Forest. Click to download this e-book.?

All About Giraffes

Tall, graceful and gentle – the giraffe is one of the most admired animals.

These extraordinary creatures have been popular zoo animals since ancient times. The first zoo created 3,500 years ago in Egypt had a giraffe, which had to be shipped from a distance of 2,419km down the Nile River!

For more fascinating facts about giraffes, click to download this e-book.

Singapore Zoo Stories 1 (Chinese, P1)

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

Price S$ 12

Singapore Zoo Stories 2 (Chinese, P2)

An engaging way to teach children Chinese, this series features animal characters like Pedro, the small-clawed otter and his friends. These creatures show how to separate different materials for recycling, plus other interesting facts such as the eating habits of pygmy hippos, and how to care for animals in the zoo.

Price S$ 9

Singapore Zoo Stories (Tamil, P1 & P2)

Teachers and parents can use this educational resource package to get children interested in learning Tamil. Written by a team of 16 Tamil teachers, these books are closely aligned with Primary 1 and 2 Tamil language curriculum requirements. This package includes four storybooks on the adventures of zoo animals, an informative book with beautiful pictures featuring animals found in Singapore Zoo and two activity books.

Price S$ 7

Read Along

English

Little Otter Litter Trouble

Calvin and Angie find a baby otter on the beach. It is injured and alone. What can the children do to help the poor otter?

We've made a special recording of this series which can be enjoyed by any age. Click the video to view, and if you'd like to have a physical copy of this book, click on the link here to purchase.

Little Otter Litter Trouble (一只受困的小水獭)

Calvin and Angie find a baby otter on the beach. It is injured and alone. What can the children do to help the poor otter?

We've made a special recording of this series which can be enjoyed by any age. Click the video to view, and if you'd like to have a physical copy of this book, click on the link here to purchase.?

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