P1 Marine Foundation have developed teaching resources for its schools programmes. These are free to use for all schools who are either taking part in the programmes or interested to use in their classroom.
The resources provide schools with the opportunity to learn about the following areas: wildlife, marine ecology, conservation, climate change and renewable energy.
The purpose is for students to have an understanding of the marine environment, human impacts and how it affects the health of rivers and oceans. They will be able to identify solutions and how their actions can make a big difference to the surrounding environment.
*NEW* Pete Penguin's & Penny Penguin’s Adventures in Antarctica
This presentation follows Pete and Penny the penguins on their adventure through Antarctica which has been produced by our volunteer Becky Sinnreich as she took part in a trip to the South Hemisphere earlier this year. Please note it is just a highlight of the full presentation, if you would like a copy please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On The Water Guide for Jacksonville
Pete Penguin's & Penny Penguins Adventures in Antarctica
These guides were developed in partnership with local wildlife organisations to provide information to boaters and ‘on the water’ enthusiasts.
On The Water Guide for Tampa
Teaching Resource Pack - Protecting Wildlife and Environmental Responsibilty