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Dog Safety (30)

  • Caring for pets
    This set of activities aims to make EYFS children aware of pets as living animals with needs and feelings. They learn that owners have a responsibility to meet the needs of their pets and to keep them happy and healthy. Attached worksheets include guidance on a vets role play area and other handouts on a pets' needs.

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  • Dog Ladder of Communication
    Discuss with your class how dogs communicate with us using body language. Can they recognise the signs that dogs want to be left alone?

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  • Dogs and the law
    In this citizenship activity, KS3 students consider different laws relating to dogs and other pets. This lesson only applies to legislation in England. The download contains worksheets, news articles, a quiz about dogs and the law and survey on the student's view on dog law are included

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  • Primary resource: The National Curriculum
    This document explains how Battersea education resources cover the National Curriculum. It includes background information for teachers on learning objectives, required resources, extension activities and possible cross-curricular links.

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  • Woody's Guide to Staying Safe around Dogs
    Dogs can make great family pets but even the friendliest of dogs sometimes need to be left alone. Woody's Guide will help you spot when best to leave your dog alone to ensure a safe and happy friendship.

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