This week we have been learning all about water and why it is so important, but did you know that you can make a career out of enjoying our watery spaces? Read on to find out about some career lines you could take!Continue reading “Watery world jobs”
Not all rivers are the same. Some are large, some are small; some are tidal and others are not; all have been changed in some way by humans. Rivers have huge impacts on the landscapes they are part of. Read on to find out more!Continue reading “Remarkable Rivers!”
I joined the practical conservation cohort on an expedition to Spurn the point in an attempt to turn the tide on beach pollution. We gathered at the Spurn Discovery Centre for the activity of the day: A beach clean! Read on to find out all about it!Continue reading “Macro problems with Microplastics: Beach Clean at Spurn Point, Easington.”
As we learnt in a previous blog about waves, some waves can be destructive and will begin to erode our shoreline. But how do we help defend our coastal areas from this erosion? Read on to find out!Continue reading “Coastal Defences”
During Water Week, you will meet a lot of animals that can be found in ponds, rivers, and seas. So, why not make an aquarium for them? Don’t worry- the animals are made out of paper, and so don’t need feeding. Follow this step-by-step guide to complete this fun activity. And see our other water-related content to learn about these habitats!
Adult supervision required- use of scissors throughout.Continue reading “How to make your own Aquarium!”
Water is naturally recycled constantly through a process called the water cycle, this process allows the movement of water from the sea, to the sky, to the land and back again!Continue reading “The Water Cycle”
Most of us have been to the beach and watched the waves lap against the shore, but have you ever wondered how those waves were formed and how they help to shape our shore lines? Read on to find out!Continue reading “What is a Wave?”