For Educators 'Travel', Ask, Learn, Connect, Create, Exhibit, Care

Resources and Inspiration

The Born Free Foundation have worked closely with the Last Chance to Paint team and have developed some brilliant teaching resources.

  • Downloadable lesson plans for learning about the Amazon rainforest – Primarily designed for Key Stage 2 but easily adaptable for all Key Stages. Links to Art and Design, Geography, Science, English, SMSC and Citizenship curricula.

The resources can be downloaded from the Born Free section of TES now.

N.B. Some of the lessons contain links to videos and you will need to make sure that Vimeo is accessible to your computer to see these. The videos can also be watched on the ‘Art Inspiration’ tab above.

Q&A via our Satellite link!
Get your children asking amazing questions

Would you love to know what pets the Yawanawá tribe have? Where do orangutans sleep at night? We will try to answer as many as we can on our Blog.
We have a special email form on the site so you can send questions to us, via satellite, whilst we are travelling. You will need a PASSWORD to access this form. The password will be emailed to everyone who is signed up as part of the project. SIGN UP NOW

Frequently asked questions

Is there a cost for schools or home educators to take part?

Is there a cost for schools or home educators to take part?

No! ‘Last Chance to Paint’ aims to be a hub for inspiration and creativity and we will do our part if you do yours and there is no charge to take part, interact or submit children’s art to be exhibited in the World Gallery. We are planning to ignite children’s passion for the environment and inspire them for free!

Will the live projects be in term time?

Will the live projects be in term time?

Yes! We will always plan the projects to run during the term time so that schools can benefit from them.

Do you have dates for each of the upcoming projects?

Do you have dates for each of the upcoming projects?

Yes! For the first chapter, ‘Procreate – Spirit of the Rainforest’ we can confirm we will be live from the Amazon from June 5th to 13th 2019. We will be updating the Projects & Diary page with dates for the other chapters once they are confirmed.

Is the project open to schools and children from all over the world?

Is the project open to schools and children from all over the world?

Yes! Although we are based in the UK we want this to be an international project and connect many nationalities together through art. Schools from all over the world are welcome to take part and when we work in remote tribal communities we will encourage the children from the tribes to also take part to bond children together through creativity – our universal shared language.

I'm a teacher and need teaching resources to run this, can you help?

I'm a teacher and need teaching resources to run this, can you help?

Yes! We have amazing teaching resources available for Key Stage 2 but they can be used to inspire other age groups.

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