Welcome to the World Wildlife Fund's Wild Classroom, where you will find a Lesson Library of toolkits and resources that bring conservation ideology and the natural world to your learning space (even if it is remote). Toolkits are curated by theme, such as a specific animal (e.g. elephant or dolphin) or more general topic (e.g. biodiversity or food waste). Kits include teaching guides and comprehensive activities that span multiple subject areas, from STEM to art. Readers should note they will need to create a free account to access many of the materials. Additionally, in response to school closures, the site launched a "day-by-day activity plan to help keep kids learning, thinking, and having fun," (and to provide a respite for caregivers, too). These Wild Classroom Daily Activity Plans (accessible by clicking the link in the Weekly Activities Plans to Do at Home box near the top of the page) include articles, activities, games, and videos designed for "higher elementary to middle school grade levels." The Conservation in the Classroom section of the Educational Resources page also highlights livestream events and related tools of interest to educators. Looking for more information about the World Wildlife Fund? The site in its entirety has a wealth of resources related to their mission to "develop and deliver innovative solutions that protect communities [and] wildlife."