Fossil Fuel Activity Sheet

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Fossil Fuel Worksheet - fossil fuels, renewable energy, energy sources, climate change, coal, gas, oil, where energy comes from, ks2 geography worksheet
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  • Topic on environmental issues

    , Dec 29th
This handy worksheet can be used to both introduce the topic of fossil fuels, and to give children the opportunity to show what they've learnt during the lesson. Great for either a starter or finishing activity!
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