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England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
A resource to accompany Oddball and the Penguins. This resource is useful for exploring topics including geography, PSHE and science, with activities and printable worksheets to encourage pupils to come up with ideas and experiments around protecting animals and the natural world. The resource also includes a synopsis, questions to ask before and after watching the film, review writing tips, extension activities and suggestions of what to watch next in your film club.
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