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World Ocean Day Activity Pack for Primary Schools

Learn about the journey of plastics with your class by to navigating a series of online films and activities via this interactive map !
By clicking on different points of the map, students can learn how plastic pollution travels through our toilets and drains to rivers and oceans having started life as a balloon, plastic-food wrap, litter, clothing and agricultural materials.
Simply click on the button at the bottom of the page to learn about the journey of plastic pollution from different sources as it travels through our rivers and into our ocean. Click on different points of the interactive map to take you through to a short introductory video and an activity on each topic. Topics include balloons, toilets, lunchboxes and bins.

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