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Sea Turtle Conservancy - Online Games

Added: 14 Jun 2020 Contributor: Sharon Hogan Resource type: Game / App/software

This link brings you to the kids' corner of the Sea Turtle Conservancy website where children can play a game to help a sea turtle avoid threats on the beach. There are 12 different levels and information about the threats is also provided.

How it maps to the curriculum

1-2
SESE Science

Strand: Living Things

Strand unit: Plants and Animals

Content objective:
This resource should enable a child to:

  • develop some awareness of plants and animals from wider environments

Suggestions for use: Allow children to play this game after learning about sea turtles to reinforce their learning in a fun way.


Strand: Environ. Awareness & Care

Strand unit: Caring for my locality

Content objective:
This resource should enable a child to:

  • become aware of ways in which the environment can be polluted or harmed
  • begin to recognise that people, animals and plants depend on one another
  • observe and develop an awareness of living things in a range of habitats in local and wider environments
  • realise that there is both an individual and a community responsibility for taking care of the environment

Suggestions for use: This game reinforces the need for us as humans to be aware of our impact on the world around us and the other living creatures we share it with.

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