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Litter: The Picnic (Assembly)

This assembly highlights how the rubbish we discard can and spoil the environment and endanger wildlife. The children are reminded to throw their litter in the bin.

Overview

With the help of one of the Go-Givers puppets or a soft toy, this assembly highlights how the rubbish we discard can and spoil the environment and endanger wildlife. The children are reminded to throw their litter in the bin.

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