5 Things Kids Can Do to Protect the Oceans

5 Things Kids Can Do to Protect the Oceans

With World Ocean Day taking place on the 8th of June, there’s never been a better time to encourage your kids to get involved in protecting the oceans.

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    Summer

    With World Ocean Day taking place on the 8 th of June, there’s never been a better time to encourage your kids to get involved in protecting the oceans. The ocean not only provides us with oxygen to breath, drives our climate and weather, brings rain to ...

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    Summer

    Maths isn’t always an easy subject to grasp, which is why trying to get kids to learn in new and fun ways can really make all the difference. Teaching maths through sports is a wonderful way to provide real-life opportunities for students to apply and grow ...

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    Summer

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    School Closures

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    Teens

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    Summer

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    Children

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