For many years, we have organised teachers' seminars and workshops to promote teachers' interest and understanding our relationship with nature, and provided skills and tips for holistic nature education. Various educational materials on different issues have been produced and distributed to schools.
You may download the worksheets below for free. Please read the Holistic Education section to find out more educational materials for teachers.
Teaching Packs for free download
Amphibians and Reptiles Aquatic Ecosystem Comparison of Birds
Domestic Pig and Wild Boar Animal Footprints What they eat? (PDF)
Tree Observation Plant Rubbings Plant Comparison Chart
Organic Farming Organic Farming Display & Eco Garden
Thinking of Nature My Favourite Places Map of Sounds
(Teacher’s guide and worksheet)
KFBG is committed to nature education in Hong Kong and has considerable experience in producing materials for schools. Many educational materials have been produced over the past years and these include posters, booklets, pamphlets, teachers' packs, students’ worksheets and CDs. Please view our teaching resources listed below and contact email@example.com if you would like to have a free copy.
Education Pack- The Study of Sustainable Agriculture at Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden [PDF ]
To support the implementation of the New Senior Secondary School Geography Curriculum, the Education Bureau (Personal, Social and Humanities Education Section), and Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden have jointly developed a teaching pack to introduce the concepts of sustainable agriculture and agroforestry, as well as the use of KFBG facilities for the field study of this topic.
A Tree for Shelter Series- Wildlife in Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden VCD Teaching Material [ PDF]
A number of infra-red video camera systems have been set-up within the “protected area” of KFBG to observe and record the behaviour pattern of the rich wildlife living in the farm. The VCD “Wildlife in Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden” has been produced so that people in Hong Kong may understand and perhaps learn to cherish the many forest animals; so that they may thrive and continue to live undisturbed in their natural habitats.
A Teacher’s Guide to the World of Bats [ PDF ]
Hong Kong is home to 26 of the world’s nearly 1,000 species of bats. Bats play a critical role in nature, helping humans by eating agricultural insect pests, spreading seeds and pollinating plants that provide food for us. This teaching resource includes a booklet of some true facts about bats and a VCD about the KFBG Bat Project in Lam Tsuen community.
Animal Detective Booklet [ PDF ]
This booklet will guide your students to learn about animal conservation work relevant to Hong Kong. By learning the stories of some of the rescued animals in KFBG’s displays, your students will understand the threats and how we all need to work together to protect wildlife in Hong Kong and the South China region.
WISDOM in a Shell (electronic version is coming soon)
Wisdom in a Shell endeavours to outline the relationship between people and turtles through various perspectives, namely, Chinese culture, the ecology and conservation status of turtles. It also seeks to impart a better understanding of the use of turtles in Traditional Chinese Medicine and, thereby, the wisdom of ancient Chiense culture.