Materials

Free curriculum and standards-aligned teacher resources to support teaching and learning about materials and their uses.

Ocean Plastics

Cross-curricular | Ages 5-7

Ocean plastics ages 5-7 unit is a KS1 teacher resource that introduces students to the issue of plastic pollution. Students study materials, their properties and explores what happens to our plastic rubbish.

Ocean Plastics

Cross-curricular | Ages 7-11

Ocean Plastic ages 7-11 unit is a KS1 teacher resource that introduces students to the issue of plastic pollution. Students study materials, their properties and are inspired to enact change in their communities.

Ocean Plastics

Geography | Ages 11-14

Ocean Plastics Geography ages 11-14 unit is a KS3 teacher resource that introduces students to ocean plastic pollution. Students explore a variety of case studies in the UK, Africa and Asia.

Ocean Plastics

Design and Technology | Ages 11-14

Ocean Plastics DT ages 11-14 unit is a KS3 teacher resource. Students innovate new products that apply the 6 Rs and design principles to protect oceans from plastic waste. Included are teacher resources that promote students to solve their own design problems with creative ideas.

Ocean Plastics

Science | Ages 11-14

Ocean Plastics Science ages 11-14 unit is a KS3 teacher resource combining both biology and chemistry. Students discover the journey plastic takes from manufacture, use, and disposal into the ocean. Included are teacher resources that allow students to emulate real research conducted by The University of Plymouth.

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