Imagine if your school had to close because the air outside was too polluted to breathe. That's what happened in India's capital New Delhi recently. Students and teachers there have since petitioned the government to do something about it. But they aren't the only kids in the world struggling to breathe safely.
TEACHER RESOURCES (yr5,6 Science & yr7 Geography)
"Students will investigate some key questions they have about air pollution and the impact it has."
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