This week we are going to be learning about ‘living things and their habitats’. We are going to be doing a local habitat survey. Read through the power point slides. Plants and animals are unable to make big changes to their environment, and therefore are very vulnerable to changes in their habitat. I would like you to go on an outdoor visit to a local habitat e.g. a park, the beach or an area that shows signs of man-made changes. On the ‘local habitat survey activity sheet’ I would like you to draw a sketch map of the habitat, drawing and labelling any environmental dangers that you see there. I would then like you to fill in the ‘environmental dangers record’ noting any dangerous changes in the local habitat, what danger they pose and a suggestion for helping the local wildlife.
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