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This podcast is part of the series: Take Pride Statewide
Auntie Litter, Inc.
In this clip from "The Friends of Auntie Litter", the Pollution Patrol sings a song explaining the importance of not polluting our planet. Words to the song are included on the video. This video is one from the Take Pride Statewide series.
Aligned to the following ALEX lesson plan:
Take Pride in America--Auntie Litter Needs You!
Content Areas: Science, Health and Physical Education
Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:
|HE1 (1) || |
1. Recognize health-enhancing activities that promote clean schools, homes, and communities.
Example: participating in school-wide cleanup, Auntie Litter, and People Against a Littered State (PALS) projects
|SS2010 (1) Living and Working Together in Family and Community and State || |
9. Differentiate between natural resources and human-made products. Listing ways to protect our natural resources
Examples: conserving forests by recycling newspapers, conserving energy by turning off lights, promoting protection of resources by participating in activities such as Earth Day and Arbor Day
|SS2010 (2) Living and Working Together in State and Nation || |
10. Identify ways people throughout the country are affected by their human and physical environments.
Examples: land use, housing, occupation Comparing physical features of regions throughout the United States
Example: differences in a desert environment, a tropical rain forest, and a polar region Identifying positive and negative ways people affect the environment
Examples: positive—restocking fish in lakes, reforesting cleared land
negative—polluting water, littering roadways, eroding soil Recognizing benefits of recreation and tourism at state and national parks (Alabama)