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Thank you for the food we eat

This lesson introduces pupils to the idea that much of our food and things we use every day come from animals, and that the animals deserve to have a happy and healthy life. Pupils construct a mobile, which can be displayed as a reminder of how much we have to thank animals for.

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RSPCA
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