Download or order any of our posters for primary, secondary and beyond highlighting key figures and concepts in natural history.
Looking for something to liven up your classroom wall?
Linnean Learning has produced a unique range of posters for primary, secondary and beyond; highlighting key figures and concepts in natural history.
We offer copies of these posters for free to schools and education groups within the UK. You may also feel free to download the posters below for use on screen.
Due to limited access to our building, we are unable to post out resources at the moment. Still, please feel free to order the resources and we will get them out to you as soon as we can.
|Carl Linnaeus (A1)||Upper Primary||Quick facts about Linnaeus, the man who named nature|
|Charles Darwin (A1)||Upper Primary||Quick facts about Darwin and the evolution of an idea|
|Mary Anning (A1)||Upper Primary||Quick facts about Anning, the first fossil hunter|
|Biodiversity (A1)||Secondary +||Looks at: species, habitat, distribution, measuring biodiversity, biodiversity under threat|
|Classification (A1)||Secondary +||Looks at: kingdoms, domains, binomial nomenclature, taxonomy, phylogeny, keys|
|Conservation (A1)||Secondary +||Looks at: why we conserve, types of conservation, climate change, zoos, International Conservation Agreements|
|Evolution (A1)||Secondary +||Looks at: the definition and theory of evolution, variation (continuous and discontinuous), speciation, adaptation|
|What's a ladybird? (A3)||Secondary +||What do we mean when we say 'ladybird'? There are actually thousands of different species!|
|Naming Animals (A3)||Secondary +||Sometimes we have lots of common names for the same species, confusing! Luckily, there's only one scientific name for each species.|
|What made you interested in Taxonomy?||Secondary +||Twitter responses to the question, 'What made you interested in Taxonomy?'|