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Humans Affect Their Environment - Poster Making Activity

After talking about how humans affect their environment and doing the How Do Humans Affect Their Environment? Critical Thinking Activity and the Humans Affect Earth Systems - Coloring Page, have stduents draw their own, Humans Affect Their Environment - Poster.

Humans Affect Their Environment - Poster Making Activity

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