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From the tiniest insect to burrowing badger, we share our environment with a wide range of wildlife.
Encourage your young learners to explore the world around them, think about the impact humans have on wildlife and what we can do, as compassionate citizens, to protect them.
In this lesson you will work with your class to develop a code of conduct before you study wild animals in their natural habitat. Think about the animals and their wellbeing, as well as the pupils and their safety.
There are seven other lessons in the RSPCA ‘Wildlife and Habitats’ series, which you can find here:
Find more great resources from the RSPCA at education.rspca.org.uk/education and follow @RSPCA_official on Twitter.
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