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Ecosystems: lesson planning about the importance of our fragile habitats and the things that live in them.

Teach your class all about the structure and components of different types of ecosystems. Consider why it is vital to protect ecosystems for the wellbeing of the planet and all its citizens with these lesson planning packs, packed with ecosystem facts, information, and differentiated activities for children in KS1 and KS2.

These ecosystems mini-schemes of work for Key Stages 1 and 2 are perfect for teaching separately as standalone units of work, but they also form part of our larger Education for Social Responsibility curriculum for the whole school.

  • PlanBee I Speak for the Trees KS2 Ecosystems ESR Lessons

    I Speak for the Trees

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    Drawing inspiration from The Lorax by Dr. Seuss, these ecosystems lessons explore the causes and effects of deforestation, starting by thinking abo...

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  • PlanBee Why is Nature Special? KS1 ESR Lessons | PlanBee

    Why is Nature Special

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    This ‘Why is Nature Special?’ scheme of work for Year 1/2 begins by encouraging your children to think about nature – what it means to them, and ho...

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  • PlanBee Ocean Ecosystems KS2 ESR Lessons by PlanBee

    What the Ocean Gives Us

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    This three-lesson ESR scheme of work helps your class identify different ways the ocean and other ecosystems provide services for us.   #TheComplet...

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Ecosystems: lesson planning about the importance of our fragile habitats and the things that live in them.

Teach your class all about the structure and components of different types of ecosystems. Consider why it is vital to protect ecosystems for the wellbeing of the planet and all its citizens with these lesson planning packs, packed with ecosystem facts, information, and differentiated activities for children in KS1 and KS2.

These ecosystems mini-schemes of work for Key Stages 1 and 2 are perfect for teaching separately as standalone units of work, but they also form part of our larger Education for Social Responsibility curriculum for the whole school.