This worksheet asks the children to consider 2 points. Firstly, what will happen to our planet if we don't look after it. Secondly, it asks what can they do to help look after the planet. It is a nice introductory activity for children and encourages discussion and predictions about the future of our planet.
This is a lovely environmental statement, written by a child, who wanted to express his feelings about our planet using words and pictures. It is a very positive statement to share with the children and the use of small drawings enhances the message. Once shared with the class, the children can then go on to design and write their own in a similar fashion.
Worksheet for Environmental statements pictures and words
This is a worksheet for children to complete that follows on from the Environmental Statement document. This activity asks the children to read through an environment message and change some of the words to pictures. For more able children, changing parts of the message to express their own feelings provides more of a challenge.
This is a worksheet that asks the children to complete a water survey at home. As a class, you can decide the time period over which the children will keep a tally record of the water usage. A weekend is a good time as the children are at home. There is a corresponding table that tells you how much water, in litres, each appliance uses so the children can convert the tally marks into litres.
This is a worksheet that requires the children to read articles, watch espresso, research on the internet (see recommended websites) or read books that provide facts about water usage around the world. The worksheet has spaces for the children to write and present 6 key facts that are of interest to them.