Lion cubs bred in captivity are ripped from their mothers at less than a month old. At just a few weeks old, cubs will begin to be handled by tourists for pictures, often roughly, causing them chronic stress and sometimes injury. Any aggressive behavior they display is punished using fear and pain. Tourists are even instructed to hit the lions if they act unruly. When they are not being handled, they are kept in small concrete enclosures and fed inadequately.A group of lions in a facility in
Can't wait to see their new project with Todrick!!! Maddie as Dorothy, Kalani as Glinda, Kendall as Wicked Witch of the West, Brynn as the Scarecrow, Jojo as Tin Man, Nia as Cowardly Lion and Mackenzie as Todo [01.16.16]
A great book to support the teaching of Phase One Phonics and general Speech and Language. With repetition, rhythm and rhyme the children quickly pick up the theme of the book and you will soon hear them retelling it or acting it out with their friends. This book is particularly good for listening to and making the animal sounds… “I think I hear a lion, Raa Raa Raa’.
When trees die they provide valuable homes for lots of creepy crawlies! Have fun spotting them with the children this weekend with our ‘What a rotter!’ activity sheet. http://www.forestry.gov.uk/stickman