In this Guardian article, it becomes obvious that evolution can be taught to young learners, as well. You will especially like the storybook Kew Gardens and Welcome Trust with a wide range of activities, encouraging students to explore the world around them.
Smithsonian Magazine opens a new frontier in education as the species which evolve because of the climate change are analyzed. Do you feel some segments of this article are important to be mentioned to your young learners?
There are multitudes of resources on the National Geographic website and this article can spark interesting insights into the contemporary aspect of evolution in the animal kingdom. How about using the photos of those animals to engage your students?
The American Society of Plant Biologists has developed the Principles of Plant Biology for better science education at K-12 levels and to help students gain a better understanding of plant biology. Thanks to genuine and friendly explanations, teachers can become more aware about the relevance of evolution education, which extends the biology curriculum and gets into pupils' real life. The fantastic bonus is the book, My Life As A Plant, which is available for a download in 19 languages.
How often do you hear about fun biology lesson plans and fun science activities? With this website about Science kids, there are at least six activities which can help you demystify the theory of evolution.
Talk Origins have provided all chapters of Darwin's outstanding Origin of Species plus external links that analyze the life and work of Charles Darwin. Still, if you work with young leaders, this book is for your reference and you can adapt the classroom setting to your students.