Calling all animal-loving kids, parents, carers and educators!

Are you looking for fun and free activities to keep kids entertained and learning about farm animals? Trot on over to our website to find the RSPCA’s range of fun, informative and completely free education resources for parents, carers, teachers and educators. Here are some of our favourites.

Paper games to test knowledge and quiz friends
Learn lots of interesting facts about hens and eggs with these ready to print colouring in, spot-the-difference and cut-out-and-fold chatterbox activities.

Become a virtual egg farmer and build your own hen-pire
Cheeky Chooks is the RSPCA’s virtual game where kids (and adults alike) can put their farmer hat on and take care of some cheeky chooks. Get to know your hen’s cheeky personalities and make sure they’re always safe and happy. Build coops and perches, keep food and water full and add lots and lots of fun things to your farm. The aim? To keep these smart and curious birds playing and laying eggs!

It’s completely free, with no in-app purchases, and it’s available now from your favourite app store.

Playing cards with Cheeky Chooks
You don’t have to play Cheeky Chooks online, you can also download our interactive card game. Follow the activity with kids to create a fun lesson in the home, which teaches children about the individual personalities of these quirky birds.

Listen and learn with the RSPCA’s Humane Food Podcast
For those older kids and adults interested in all things animal welfare, food and farming, join host Brian Daly each week as he discusses key issues that we know are important to you on the RSPCA’s Humane Food Podcast.

Find us on all the usual platforms by searching ‘RSPCA Australia’s humane food podcast’, or on our website.

Get the facts all about farm animal welfare
Our farm animal welfare posters and factsheets are packed full of great information about how animals are farmed in Australia. They’re a great base for teachers and educators to plan lessons and activities to teach kids of all ages about what farm animals need to have a better quality of life.

From us at the RSPCA, thank you for caring about farm animals and stay safe.

Want more? Have you listened to the RSPCA’s Humane Food Podcast yet? Season 2 is available now, with weekly segments dropping on Wednesdays. Subscribe for free wherever you get your podcasts.

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