COP26: Climate Change Investigators
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By Fe Luton

Encourage children to think about climate change and engage with the agenda for the COP26 summit.
Challenge children to become climate investigators with these 10-minute challenges, activities and lessons.

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The UN Climate Change Conference 2021 (COP26) is being held in Glasgow in 2021.
Many believe that climate change is the greatest risk facing all of us, as such the aim of the conference is to unite the world in forming a plan to tackle climate change issues.
These lesson plans and associated activities can be accessed through this article or downloaded by clicking here. The PowerPoint presentations, including the 10-minute Challenges can be found below.

Activities in this article:
Key Stage 2
1. Lesson Plan 1
2. Resources for Lesson Plan 1
3. Lesson Plan 2
4. Resources for Lesson Plan 2
5. 10-minute Challenges

Lesson Plan 1: Ready for launch

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