A comprehension worksheet for an article about ways to keep our native animals and plants safe by being a good pet owner.
In the text, students will learn about ways we can responsibly look after our pets and the consequences that we have learned from when people have not been so mindful of what their pets do or where they go.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
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