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Activity booklet: Biodiversity (nature) – ages 6 to 10

This activity book is proudly brought to you by CapeNature and offers various activities around biodiversity. Here, you’ll participate in games that will teach you how to conserve our indigenous fishes and how lowland fynbos works. 

Activity: Colouring in – water factory

Have fun colouring in nature’s water factory!

Infographic: Biodiversity – about mountains

Do you know the difference between a hill and a mountain? Landforms that are 600m high or higher are classified as mountains. Mountains are home to 15% of the world’s population and cover 22% of the surface of the earth.

Infographic: Biodiversity – pamper your plants

Plants are part of our daily lives. For some tips on how to pamper your plants at home, have a look at this infographic!

Infographic: Biodiversity – plants and nutrition

Learn all about plants’ important role in nutrition.

Infographic: Fisheries

This beautifully illustrated infographic shows how important our fisheries are to our well-being. 

Infographic: Sustainable living – Earth Day 2020

Need some tips on how to live more sustainably? Take a look at how to do this and why it is important. 

Infographic: Water saving tips and valuing water

Learn just how precious water is and how you can save it by making small changes. 

Lesson plan and presentation: Biodiversity crime – youth and adults

Learn about illegal biodiversity activities that threaten our indigenous wild animals and plants and what can be done to prevent these crimes.

Lesson plan and presentation: Fire – general awareness (youth and adults)

This lesson plan looks at the causes of fire, how to report them, and how to become fire wise and prevent them. 

Lesson plan and presentation: Holistic predation management

This general awareness programme investigates holistic predation management.

Lesson plan and presentation: Invasive species – youth and adults

Learn all about the problem of invasive species in the Western Cape, the possible solutions, and what CapeNature is doing.