mason oliver's Letter

to my mom ,

Letters to tomorrow
High Cross Primary School
High Cross Drive
NP10 9AB

27th june 2023

Dear ‘Letters to tomorrow’,
I am Mason and I am 9 years old from High Cross Primary School in newport. I’m the next generation and I force that you take action now! The climate crisis is affecting our lives, this is serious and it’s killing our animals.

Firstly i would like to say trees provide oxygen and clean the air we breathe by absorbing carbon dioxide. And the next reason is that trees are important because they save our homes from flooding by sucking the water up with their roots.The last reason is trees help animals find homes for them and their family’s to give them shelter and hide.You better stop littering now otherwise we're all finished before we know it

Your sincerely

Made by:mason

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