The Wildlife overview is used to categorize the animals discussed in the lessons. It is like a mind map. First, we make the difference between vertebrate and invertebrate and then we divide the classes. With the invertebrate: protozoa, sponges, coelenterata, worms, arthopods, and echinoderms. The vertebrate: fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
In the lower grades we explore animals from all classes as well as in the middle and higher grades so that all the animals mentioned in the wildlife overview are covered in each stage of development. The children process the information by doing assignments from their workbook.