Set 700 years in the future, Wall-E is the last remaining robot on planet Earth, long deserted by humans due to all the waste and pollution left by large corporations. When a chance encounter brings him face to face with human beings, can he convince them to fight for their long-forgotten planet?
Not only a groundbreaking animation, WALL-E is a wonderful resource for teaching students about caring for our environment.
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'At this time of year we tend to learn about plants and how to grow them, planting seeds in class and later transferring plants to the school garden. WALL-E was a really good way to start conversations about how important plants are'
'WALL-E easily correlated to how we can help take care of the local environment, our classroom topic this term'