To download these desktop pictures, right-click (PC) and choose 'Save Target as...', or control-click (MAC) and choose 'Save image to desktop'. Alternatively, click on the thumbnail image, then drag and drop the image onto your desktop.
Colour in this line drawing of the Water Cycle, while learning how water gets from the clouds into your bathroom tap! You can also learn what YOU can do to save water. Why not create a collage using cotton wool for clouds, cling film for water and real leaves for the trees?!
Colour in this line drawing of Eco Dude as you learn just what he's made of. Instead of just using pencils or paints, why not try making a collage using unusual materials and objects? Make sure you get permission before cutting anything up, and ask an adult to help you!
Cut out the cards (ask an adult to help you) and place them face down on a table - it's a good idea to stick the cards to thick cardboard to stop any cheating!. Take it in turns to turn a card over. The aim is to fish out the tin cans, without picking out the fish - in other words, MOST TINS WINS! For more players simply print an extra sheet of fish and an extra sheet of tins.
Why not create your own cards to add to the challenge, using the blank card template?
Eco Dude had an accident and needs repairing. Can you put him back together before polar ice caps melt? Start by giving yourself 60 seconds, then see how fast you can get...
Copy the squares one by one and before you know it you'll have drawn your own perfect Eco Dude. When you've finished, colour it in for a real masterpiece!
To download these activity sheets, right-click (PC) and choose 'Save Target as...', or control-click (MAC) and choose 'Save image to desktop'. Alternatively, click on the thumbnail image, then drag and drop the image onto your desktop.
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