Owning a cat as a pet means children have a better understanding of medical procedures like X-rays, injections and surgery, according to a survey
A study carried out by Cats Protection shows that children aged between six and seven have a better understanding of health and illness if their families own a cat. The findings also show that children who live in households with cats have a better knowledge of healthy eating and the importance of exercise.
There are two resources to choose from for Key Stages 1 and 2:
- An interactive Primary Science CD-ROM follows Willow the cat as she explores her family home and garden.
- Cats in the Classroom helps deliver Literacy, Numeracy, Art and Design, ICT, Science and PSHE and Citizenship
For more fun, games and downloads, visit our Cats for kids site
This brand new assembly pack highlights the work of Cats Protection and the importance of responsible pet ownership...
Please click the link below to go to the download page. You will be asked to fill out a short form. The information gathered will not be used externally.
This interactive Primary Science CD-ROM follows Willow the cat as she explores her family home and garden. Click below to order your copy using our request form.
You can also request copies of the following education packs by post - Early Years Foundation CD-ROM, Primary Cats in the classroom KS1 & 2, Secondary Cats in the classroom KS3 & 4 and the Primary Science KS1. Please click the link below and fill out the form.