To inspire action for Earth Day, we have launched We Are The Rangers, a series of wildlife conservation lessons and Minecraft worlds developed in partnership with United for Wildlife.
Students use DNA to investigate ivory poaching.
Detecting Wildlife Crime
Students detect and stop pangolin trafficking.
Humans and Elephants
Investigating Land-Use Conflict
Running with Rhinos
Visit a rhino orphanage in Minecraft.
Meet The Rangers
Meet Wildlife Rangers in Minecraft.
These five Earth Day lessons and unique Minecraft worlds span subject areas and age groups. Through the curriculum provided, students can venture across the African plains, investigate a working port, rhino orphanage and ranger station, solving problems and skill building along the way.
Each lesson plan includes learning objectives, a downloadable Minecraft world, research links and student activities to empower educators to use Minecraft: Education Edition. Students will be encouraged to read, write and problem solve in teams as they explore wildlife conservation.
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We Are The Rangers was created in partnership with United for Wildlife, a collaboration of international conservation organizations created by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to fight illegal animal trade.