PSHE WC 13.7.20
Your carbon footprint is the amount of greenhouse gases you produce. These gases are produced by things such as using electricity, driving cars and eating food that has been grown hundreds of miles away.
Write down ways you can lower your carbon footprint.
Use the discussion cards - talk with a family member about the issues.
Remember to use your speaking and listening skills carefully.
Can you pretend that you are a newspaper presenter and present to your family all about how to look after your environment.
You may even want to put on a costume.
Use Newsround to help you understand how to do a news report.
Can you create a persuasive poster encouraging people in your local area to pick up their rubbish?
Look through your photographs from last lesson and your local walk.
Create a graph like the one below to count how many pieces of rubbish you found.
Go on a local walk around your environment or park.
Use a tally chart below to track how much litter you find on your local walk.
This term we are going to be learning about a global citizen and how to take care of our world.
Looking after the environment is very important.
Can you make notes about all the top tips from the video about how we can look after the environment?