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Biodiversity in Schools pack

Biodiversity in Schools shared some great resources for students to learn about how important biodiversity is. This national biodiversity education organisation aims to empower young people to help nature.

To celebrate their 10th birthday they have made their digital resources shop for teachers completely free! Register at the following link below for free access to classroom printables such as ID cards, bingo games, worksheets, activity sheets and survey sheets.

The resources have been custom-made for Irish wildlife and Irish classrooms by their team of teachers and scientists. This will help your students get to know their local biodiversity from wildflowers to bugs, trees to birds.

Biodiversity in Schools make it as easy as possible to take action and help nature at your school. They have a free library of fun and simple step-by-step ideas to help.

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