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Here is today's timetable:
- First, click on the link below.
- Then, press start lesson and watch the video.
- Once the video is finished, press close video.
- Afterwards, work your way through the lesson using the next activity button.
When something is recycled, it is reused or turned into something else. Materials such as glass, metal and paper are quite easy to recycle and certain types of plastic are too. Objects that aren’t recycled, such as things that go in the rubbish, are taken to landfill sites. These are places where rubbish gets buried and left to rot away and biodegrade
Today, we are going to look at single use plastic, which is plastic that is used once and then thrown away. Start by watching the different life cycles of a plastic water bottle. Don’t be put off by some of the tricky scientific vocabulary!
Use the BBC Newsround website, linked below, to gather your information. There are videos and photos to support your learning. You may want to write bullet points or refer back to the website as you work.
1. Write a detailed answer to the question. Here are some sentence starters to support you:
Best wishes to you and your family,
Sophie, Alice and Charlotte