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Litter ally terrible

This STEM activity supports pupils to develop their knowledge and understanding of litter and how data can be recorded and displayed. Pupils will have the opportunity to collect different types of litter and record the amount of each type found in a tally chart before being supported to create a pictogram to visually display the data collected. This activity can support the curriculum in a range of ways such as, deepening understanding and knowledge of methods to record and display data or to help pupils understand the impact of human activity on animals and their habitats. This activity supports the Year 2 Maths Curriculum and Year 4 Science Curriculum and has been provided by the IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology).

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