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Pollution catcher

This simple yet effective activity covers the curriculum topics of art and design, maths data capture and analysis and science and can be used as part of an eco-schools project. Air pollution is an important and current issue affecting many of us living in the U.K. and by engaging in this experiment it allows for a wider discussion on why we need clean air.

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