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Protecting Local Habitats (KS2)

In this lesson pupils will learn about the importance of habitats and explore endangered British species and the threats to their habitat.

Overview

In this lesson pupils will learn about the importance of habitats and explore endangered British species and the threats to their habitat. Pupils will be guided through ways in which they can take action against habitat loss by developing the habitats in their local area. By the end of the lesson pupils will: Understand the term endangered species Understand threats to local habitats Have researched a local habitat Have been involved in local habitat renewal
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