What makes your world liveable? How can your transport choices improve liveability? In this activity, you will investigate the relationship between transport and the environment.
This is a good activity for kids to complete independently.
Ideal for: Lower Secondary
- fresh air
- get moving
Time required: 30 minutes
Curriculum connections: Geography, Critical and Creative Thinking, Sustainability
Ensure that your kid/s are aware of the following:
- Humans have become increasingly reliant on transport options that can cause harm to our environment. One of the main environmental impacts of transport is its contribution to climate change.
Complete lesson for classroom teachers:
2040 – Transport And Liveability – Geography – Years 7 & 8
- Device with internet connection
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