This activity shows the importance of conservation and that even though pollution happens all around us, it is not a "quick fix." It is a great activity to really put it in perspective for students.
This activity also gives you the flexibility to do in a whole group setting on in multiple small groups. The students have so much fun with this activity.
This set includes:
- Information/Directions Sheet
-2 pages of questions to guide you along your activity as well as use as an assessment.
This lesson was created for a 5th grade classroom setting to address the following South Carolina standards:
5.E.3: The student will demonstrate an understanding of how natural processes and human activities affect the features of Earth’s landforms and oceans.
-5.E.3B. Earth’s oceans and landforms can be affected by natural processes in various ways. Humans cannot eliminate natural hazards caused by these processes but can take steps to reduce their impacts. Human activities can affect the land and oceans in positive and negative ways.