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Here is a brief explanation for teachers



Mole watch live provides a unique look into the mysterious world beneath our feet.

Students will be encouraged to search for and reveal the evidence into the lives of moles.

It will require studying the climate, soils, and wildlife whilst combining basic skills with recording of information, computing, and communication skills.

Suitable for all age groups Schools with access to outside areas can combine Mole Watch Live with other projects

Schools without access to outside areas can twin with those that do, encouraging schools across the Country to join and provide a national information base of the lives of these mysterious of British Mammals

Create your very own mole county watch and share with others schools in your area

The presence of a molehill is not a pile of soil but a key to a fascinating world that educates enlightens and entertains

This project can be commenced at any time of the year, following the progress of even one schools project on line will provide an exceptional opportunity for children across the whole of the country to understand this strange world.

Start your schools Mole Watch Live project and create your very own mole watch live school web page.

A short DVD is available for schools that begin a Mole Watch project explaining some of teh often asked questions about moles
Free to schools please e mail for details.

                                                                         Join a community of mole watchers


Learning DVD's 

Mole Watch Live offer educational DVD's about the mole for those interested in learning more about the humble mole. 

The Mole DVD

A short 30 minute film that explains many of the questions asked about moles, such as are they blind, how do they dig and what do they eat. This film contains no graphic content and includes moles filmed in the wild. 

If you are setting up a Mole Watch Live project at your school ask about obtaining a copy 

The Mole with Wart the mole 

These DVD's explain the life of the moles for the younger viewers. Wart the country's favourite mole educates and entertains about how moles live. 
Volume one covers the basis knowledge on moles to set a foundation for further learning. 
Volume two provides the knowledge of what moles eat and how they dig to find it.Further volume's in this series will be added shortly