A Planet Full of Plastic: and how you can help (Eco Explorers)

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A Planet Full of Plastic: and how you can help (Eco Explorers)

A Planet Full of Plastic: and how you can help (Eco Explorers)

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Bestselling author Alexandra Christo, author of TikTok sensation To Kill a Kingdom, introduces her new book, The Night Hunt (Hot Key Books), a dark... A one-hour long, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS1. This lesson has been created for Year 1, however, the activities are also suitable for students in Year 2, and could easily be adapted for use with older students. The students will read A planet full of plastic by Neal Layton, before completing an awareness leaflet activity linked to the text. The lesson includes a case study starter, a story with accompanying questions, an awareness leaflet activity and a plenary task. This informative text, coupled with the Neal Layton's trademark mixed-media collages, are guaranteed to engage children in a topic that is ever relevant in today's world. The book teaches children that everything is made of stuff and that 150 years ago plastic was invented: a revolutionary discovery that changed the world that we live in.

Each lesson includes a variety of fun and creative activities, plus enough teaching materials to last at least an hour. David Almond introduces his new picture book, A Way to the Stars, a story about perseverance and finding a way to make dreams come true. I think coupled with an assemble led by SAS (Surfers Against Sewerage), a short video documentary and a whole class beach clean-up, this book could play a part in a huge culture change within a class or even a school for both children and adults. After reading this we ended up doing a beach clean-up! A fantastic book, one of my favourite non-fictions so far. My son (5 years old) was fascinated by every word, picture, and fact in this book. In this lesson, the children will learn about the responsibilities associated with caring for living things. We will talk about ‘needs’ and reflect on the various things animals and plants must have if they are to survive. The students will read Don’t let them disappear by Chelsea Clinton, before completing a conservation poster activity linked to the text.A collection of KS1 resources that focus on the environment, climate change, plastic and pollution, and recycling. In this lesson, the children will learn about recycling. We will discuss the reasons why recycling is so important as well as taking a closer look at the different types of materials that can and can’t be recycled. The students will read Why do we recycle? by Jen Green, before completing an activity linked to the text. The lesson includes a case study starter, a story with accompanying questions, a recycling sorting task and a debate-style plenary. In this lesson, the children will learn about climate change and the reasons why our world is getting warmer. We will discuss the harmful effects of greenhouse gases and the different ways we can help to lessen the effects of global warming. The lesson includes a case study starter, a video clip with accompanying questions, an sorting task and a puzzle plenary task. In this story of hope and endurance, we follow a scientist and her team during their search for the elusive 'Giant Arctic Jellyfish'. In this lesson, the children will learn about the vast quantity of plastic that is finding its way into rivers and oceans. We will discuss the impact of plastics on wildlife and the consequences of microplastics entering the food chain . The students will read A planet full of plastic by Neal Layton, before completing an awareness leaflet activity linked to the text. The lesson includes a case study starter, a story with accompanying questions, an awareness leaflet activity and a plenary task.

The book takes a welcome and balanced stance on such an invention highlighting the advantages of plastics and opens a reader's eyes to just how much stuff is made out of plastic nowadays. This is not simply a rant at how we should not be using plastic but offers solutions and practical ideas on ways to reduce consumption and recycle such materials. It goes on to educate children on the term 'biodegradable' and the long-term effects of plastic on a planet, causing readers to look inwardly and reflect upon their own lifestyles. Author Anna Kemp introduces The Hollow Hills, the sequel to her dark magical tale, Into Goblyn Wood.EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work together to create easy to use, high quality and editable lessons and units of work. We have created lessons for The Children’s Commissioner, The Bank of England, MACS Charity, Tes, LikeToBe Careers, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (UK Gov) and have also completed PSHE and Citizenship commissions for schools across the UK.



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