A 'hands-on' (or should it be 'bands-on') practical lesson looking at how certain man-made material hazards (litter) can restrict an animal's ability to feed properly. Curriculum coverage NC references Working Scientifically using straightforward…
A stimulating and practical KS2 lesson to demonstrate the problems plastic and other harmful materials might pose for beak feeding animals (who accidentally ingest them when they 'grab' feed). Curriculum coverage NC references Working…
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Here is an infographic we've been working on for a while to raise awareness of cigarette butts, both as a source of plastic litter but also as a threat to our health and freshwater and marine life.
As you'll see from the graphic, cigarette butts are one of the biggest ocean polluters and yet the majority of them are littered on land.
Teachers - just for you!
We've split this infographic across 3 sides of A4 so that you can easily print them out and trim them before making a large version of this information for your classroom or display boards.
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We're grateful to the Marine Conservation UK for adding some of their data and for agreeing to share this on their networks.
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