Learning Resources

Case Study Package: Creating Non-Fiction Pop-Up Books

In March 2016, children's author and environmentalist Christiane Dorion visited primary schools in Inverclyde, West Lothian and Dundee as part of the Scottish Friendly Children's Book Tour.

Christiane Dorion is a passionate advocate for encouraging children's curiosity about our planet and inspring them to think about how we can take positive action to protect it for the future. Find out how Christiane's visit inspired P5 pupils at St Mary's Primary School in Inverclyde to create their own non-fiction pop-up books to share with younger children as part of a a brilliant cross-curricular project.

You can also discover learning resources inspired by Christiane's books, designed to help you explore STEM subjects with your pupils, watch Christiane share her golden rules for engaging children with science and sustainability, and discover lots more books to read!

Case Study: Creating non-fiction pop-up books

Video: Engaging children with science and sustainability

Learning Resources: Exploring STEM subjects

Read More! 10 science books for 8-11s