Life on Land - Understanding Ecological Interconnectivity
Take your class outdoors and find out about minibeasts in your local area as part of this brilliant series of activities exploring ecosystems and the natural world. What can your pupils do to improve biodiversity and safeguard species?
This fascinating resource includes a full lesson plan, projects and worksheets suitable for KS1, KS2 and KS3 with differentiated activities and a planning template to assist in delivering the unit, enabling you to easily adapt the unit to suit different age groups and contexts.
The resource promotes the importance of life on land and encourages its protection. With a focus on ecology and sustainability, it can be used to teach English, science, geography, maths, citizenship and other subjects.
This resource has been developed in collaboration with Manchester Museum, a proud part of The University of Manchester.
The Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning programme offers fantastic opportunities to work with an international partner school on global topics of climate change, plastic pollution, pandemics, gender equality and many more. Our Local Advisors can help you get your collaboration started with free support, online training and resource packs to make your projects world class. For schools wishing to go the extra mile, there is even partnership funding to make your ideas a reality.
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