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Sharing the planet (UE3): Home

A guide to the PYP transdiciplinary theme for Upper Elementary

The Life Cycle of a Butterfly

How do living things grow, change and adapt?

Watch the life cycle of a butterfly by clicking here!

Life cycle of a plant

Web of Life

The Web of Life is a story told by a common garden spider. Click here to read the story.

Explore Brain Pop

Go to BrainPOP app and search for topics related to life cycles, habitats and pollution.

Investigate Brain Pop to see the connection between food chains and food webs. Click here to watch a movie

Look in World Book

Click on the link here to use World Book Online. You will need the log in and password from your Teacher Librarian.


Wildlife Conservation Society


Land Biomes

Land Pollution

Food Chains and Webs

This is from Pebble Go. You will login details.

Earth is our Home


Food chains

To see some amazing food chains click here!

Make a food chain

The order that animals feed on other plants and animals is called a food chain.

Do you think you can put a food chain together?

Click here to give it a try and learn why every animal within a food chain is so important.

Playing the food chains game!


 Help Deadly 60's Steve find the food chain's deadliest predator. Click here to play the game.

Watch the original animated The Lorax.

How wolves change rivers

Wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone National Park, USA. Watch to see what happens to bring back other life and the impact on the conservation of the park.

Infographic: Countries with most threatened mammals

Why is biodiversity so important?

The Survival of the Sea Turtle

Water Pollution

Endangered Animals


Midway Island, North Pacific Ocean

To watch with teachers.

Wild Singapore

TEACHER ONLY: Conserving our biodiversity - Singapore

Singapore’s National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan - National Parks 2009.

“Conserving Our Biodiversity” maps out Singapore’s master plan for biodiversity. It aims to promote biodiversity conservation, keeping in mind that as a densely populated country with no hinterland, we would have to adopt a pragmatic approach to conservation and develop unique solutions to our challenges. It intends to establish both policy frameworks and specific measures to ensure better planning and co-ordination in the sustainable use, management and conservation of our biodiversity. 

Endangered species



Click here to search fact sheets on endangered species.


 What can we do to sustain or improve the balance in our natural world?

Learn how the action you take can sustain or improve your natural world by clicking here!

Ollie the orangutan by Jan Latta

Lena the Lion

Elle the Elephant


Koala Bears are actually not Bears