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Poriferans
Poriferans are commonly referred to as sponges. There are approximately 5,000 living sponge species classified in the phylum Porifera. Did you know that Poriferans don't have mouths but instead have tiny pores in their outer walls through which water is drawn?

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Mosquitoes

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Mosquitoes are known to transmit infectious diseases including malaria, dengue fever and yellow fever. Did you know that only the female mosquito bites people and animals to feed from their blood? The male mosquitoes feed on plant juices.

Throughout the history of humans, the disease transmission caused by the female mosquitoes has killed thousands of people. Many mosquito species however do not transmit disease but instead play a very important role in our ecosystems, such as being a food source for various insects and frogs.

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German Language
If you're teaching the German language to your students you could use these worksheets to help. Covers numbers 1-12, colors, basic words. Six worksheets and six teacher notes.
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Bacteria
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Microbes are found everywhere. Microbes are found in the earth, water, air, plants and animals. Microbes are plentiful where there is the right food, moisture and temperature to enable them to grow. Because bacteria are so tiny, they can spread easily from one place to another. They can be carried on air currents, in water and on and in the bodies of other living creatures, like humans. When conditions are not suitable for them to feed and grow, many bacteria form spores. These spores are resting stages when normal life almost comes to a stop. They can survive conditions that would kill most other living things.

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Letter Search 2

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Did you know that bacteria form spores and that these spores are resting stages when normal life almost comes to a stop? They can also survive conditions that would kill most other living things.

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Revegetation

Revegetation is the process of re-establishing native plants back into their natural environment. Revegetation usually is done after an area as been disturbed e.g. after mining the area is re-planted. A lot of site preparation needs to be done before re-planting the native plants back into their local community, such as weed removal, water requirements, soil preparation and plant species needed.

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Fruit Structure
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Fruit have several layers in them, some of which include the exocarp, mesocarp and the endocarp, and then there are the seeds, which are located around the centre of the fruit. Help your students learn about fruit structure.

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Science – learning about the structure of fruit.
English – improve research skills and verbal communication skills.

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Biotic - Abiotic
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The environment consists of all the living and non-living surroundings of an organism, these two surroundings are referred to as the biotic and abiotic components. A biotic component refers to all the living, which consists of the plants and animals. An abiotic component refers to all the non-living things in our environment, consisting of the physical surroundings.

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Caterpillars
Learn about caterpillars and their use in the environment. Great worksheet to explore this topic with year 6 students. Includes teacher note.
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Wastewater

In most countries we receive clean drinking water, which comes into our homes through a set of pipes and then leaves as wastewater through another set of pipes called sewer pipes. All the wastewater flushed or drained from our homes and businesses must be treated so that it can be safely recycled back into the environment.

When the wastewater arrives at the treatment plant, the water by a combination of physical, chemical and biological processes is then treated so the water is less harmful and can be used again in the environment.

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Air Pollutants

Air pollution is the presence of certain chemicals in the atmosphere that are present in high enough concentrations to affect the climate and become harmful to organisms and materials.

Some of the most major air pollutants in our atmosphere today are carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, lead, ozone and suspended particulate matter (SPM).

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Noxious Weeds

A noxious weed is a weed that legally must be controlled or removed, as they could pose a problem to human health, the environment, livestock or the agricultural industry. Purchase student worksheet Now! Includes teacher note.

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Letter Search 1
Enjoy teaching students about all living things which rely on a healthy environment to survive with this fun worksheet. Water, sun and a clean place are essential ingredients for survival. Pollution can cause deformities, imbalances and death to all living things such as people, animals and plants.

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Suburban Gardens

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Suburban ecosystems have a wide range of organisms living in them, such as herbivores, carnivores and decay organisms. Great resource for classroom and homeschool about suburban gardens.

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Agriculture

Agriculture is the process of producing feed, fibre, food and other needed products by the cultivation of certain types of plants and the raising of livestock. Agriculture is also known as farming. Agriculture has many positive outcomes, but also has a huge impact on the environment such as the destruction of wildlife habitats from clearing forests for cropland. Purchase student worksheet Now! Includes teacher note.

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Wetlands

Wetlands are important for a number of reasons, they play a very important role in the regulation of river flow as they filter out any pollutants and fertilizers. They also make a great habitat for plants, birds, frogs, insects etc.

Many valuable wetlands have been destroyed in the past, because people didn’t realize how important they really were. Wetlands are being protected now in most parts of the world and damaged ones are being restored. Some benefits of wetlands include:

  1. Wildlife habitat for birds, frog’s etc.
  2. Wetland filter out pollution to make the water pure (pollution control)
  3. Tourism – people visit wetland sanctuaries for pleasure and learning

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Urban Sprawl

Urban sprawl is the term given to urban areas which spread out over surrounding natural habitat and farmland. In Australia, urban sprawl usually occurs in the small suburban areas, because of cheap land and people’s expectations of wanting a better lifestyle or job opportunities.

Urban sprawl however causes environmental issues such as the destruction of wetlands and coastal dunes because coastal real estate is highly sought after. Purchase student worksheet Now! Includes teacher note.

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Environment Issues

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Industrial pollution
such as smog is a type of air pollution consisting mostly of a mixture of sulphur dioxide. The suspended droplets of sulphuric acid are formed from some of the sulphur dioxide, and a variety of suspended solid particles.

Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless gas that is poisonous to (air-breathing) humans and animals and is formed during the incomplete combustion of carbon-containing fuels.

Urbanization is formed when a large number of people move into a city area, often caused by natural increase (more births than deaths) and by immigration, mostly from rural areas.

A bushfire is a wild fire in the bush, scrub or forest, either deliberately lit or started by accident such as by lightning.

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Soil PH

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The term pH refers to a way of measuring how acidic (acid) or alkaline (base) a certain solution is. How acidic or alkaline a solution is depends on the relative concentration of just two ions, these ions are the hydrogen ion (H+) and the hydroxide ion (OH-).

If these two ions are found to be in equal concentrations in a solution then it is said to be neutral, fresh water in neutral.

If the concentration of hydrogen ions is greater than the concentration of hydroxide ions the solution will be acidic and if the hydroxide ions are greater than the concentration of hydrogen ions the solution will be alkaline (base).

pH is measured on a pH scale, which generally ranges from 1 through to 14.

Water, being neutral has a pH reading of 7; acids have a pH below 7 and alkaline have a pH reading of above 7.

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Waste
Much waste is produced everyday from just one household. Most of the waste humans produce gets taken to a landfill site for disposal. We can all help in reducing the amount of waste in several ways such as composting food scraps or re-using jars. Purchase student worksheet Now for classroom and homeschool use! Includes teacher note.
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Sedges
Sedge is a grass-like or rush-like plant which likes growing in wet places. They usually have solid stems, narrow grass-like leaves and spikelets of inconspicuous flowers that usually look like brown seeds.

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Litter

Litter can be a real nuisance especially in terms of threats to native animals e.g. animals ingest plastic bags which block up their intestines and they then starve to death. Old string could get stuck around a bird’s foot, which cuts off the blood circulation and they may eventually lose their foot. Another example is plastic packaging getting caught around the neck of an animal, which could eventually strangle it.

We all need to help clean up our environment. There are many ways we can contribute to minimising the amount of litter we see around us. Purchase student worksheet Now! Includes teacher note.
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Eutrophication

Eutrophication occurs when water bodies such as lakes, estuaries and slow-moving streams receive excess nutrients, which in turn stimulates excessive growth of algae and other nuisance plant weeds. The algae take up, or use most of the oxygen in the water therefore making it uninhabitable for fish and other animal life which require oxygen to survive.

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Weeds

Introduced weed species can cause major problems to our natural environment. Many of our parks and reserves are established to conserve and preserve natural environments, so a weed is classed as any unwanted plant that is not native in that environment. Purchase student worksheet Now! Includes teacher note.

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Canoeing
Many school camps include canoeing these days so here is a document to help students understand canoeing and the paddling strokes involved.
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Greenhouse Gas

The two most major greenhouse gases in the atmosphere today are carbon dioxide, which is controlled by the carbon cycle and water vapour, which is controlled by the hydrologic cycle.

Other major greenhouse gases include methane, nitrous oxide, hydro-fluorocarbons (HFCs), halons, carbon tetrachloride and hydro-chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). All these emissions come from human sources e.g. carbon dioxide is emitted in large quantities by fossil fuel burning and deforestation.

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Worms
Did you know that there are approximately 2,700 different kinds of earthworms? Worms are decomposers; this means that they break down rotting or decaying matter such as food scraps and plant material. Purchase student worksheet Now! Includes teacher note.
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Learn about Japan
Learn about Japan worksheets can be used as an inclusion to your already prepared lesson plan or as a stand alone resource for students wanting to learn more about Japan.
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