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Term 3 Week 9
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Climate Change Rap Written by 5/6 Fraser class for the Kids Teaching Kids Workshop at Henbury School Now youve heard the argument climate change is happening. What can you do to stop the gasses accumulating? The next generation we are counting on you. And here is a story to help you know what to do. Hey Aussie kids listen to us climate change is real we need to make a fuss! Plant more trees reduce the co2. Lets all work together this is what well do. Hey Aussie kids listen to us climate change is real we need to make a fuss!. Turn off the lights, think of the planets rights. Use less energy ride your bike. Hey Aussie kids listen to us climate change is real we need to make a fuss! Grow your own food produce less waste Chickens are fantastic they lay an egg a day. Hey Aussie kids listen to us climate change is real we need to make a fuss! Use solar energy its going to cool us down. Create more wind farms, keep coal in the ground. Hey Aussie kids listen to us climate change is real we need to make a fuss! Year 5/6 F students really enjoyed their day at Henbury School last week. Students researched the issue of climate change and prepared a lesson to present to students at KTK. The lesson included: drama (a roving reporter and camera-person asking kids their views on climate change) a debate on whether the Australian Government should make renewable energy use a priority and a rap song encouraging Aussie kids to do what they can to decrease greenhouse gasses. Meeting the rabbit The recycling race Enjoying the playground
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