Human Impact on the Environment (Age 11-14) *suitable for home teaching*

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From Arkive, this presentation and activity are designed to teach students aged 11-14 about the concept of human impacts on the environment. The presentation explains how human impacts can directly affect species survival, using plastic waste as an example. The activities then encourage students to consider how the impact of plastic waste could be measured, why measuring our impact on the environment is important and how the impact can be reduced. The activity takes two hours and would also be suitable for completing as homework.

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