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Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to inform you that I strongly oppose the cutting down of all
the trees in the rainforest. I would like you to contact the governments
and tell them to stop cutting down the trees. I have lots of facts to back
this up.
  Firstly, I would like to point out that the rainforest used to cover 14%
of the Earth’s surface, and now only covers 6% and by the time that I’m
50 there will be nothing left unless we do something about it. Also, if we
keep cutting down the trees we will slowly run out of oxygen.
  In addition, we lose 100 species per day and four species per hour due to
tropical deforestation. At least 42 million acres of tropical forest are
lost each year, approximately 100 per minute.
  In conclusion I would like to say that unless you do something about this
problem there will be no rainforest left, less oxygen and lots of animals
would become extinct. I am only in Year 5 and I am trying to help, so
please could you?

Yours faithfully
Laura Hampton



2.
Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to complain about the destruction of the rainforest. There
is only 6% left and by the time I am 50 there will be none left.
  You are slowly killing yourself and other people and killing animals. By
using machines you are polluting the water where animals drink.
  I am just 10 and I’m doing something about it, so why don’t you?

Yours faithfully
Jake Ackrill



3.
Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to you to ask you to stop people cutting down the trees in
the rainforest because they are destroying a wonderful place.
  I know that trees give oxygen and if people chop all the trees down then
we won’t have any oxygen left which means we won’t be able to breathe
(just think about that!).
  Did you know that 14% of the Earth’s surface used to be covered by
rainforest but now there is only 6%!
  In the rainforest there are lots of species of animals and plants but if
you let all those people chop down the trees (which is their habitat) then
they will become extinct.
  I am sorry to say that if things don’t change, in 40 years (when I have
retired and have a family) there won’t be any rainforest left. Therefore,
my children will not be able to learn about the rainforest because there
won’t be any left.
  So, in conclusion, I am trying to say “Save the rainforest, save the
trees, save the animals!”

Yours faithfully
Callum Oakes



4.
Dear Sir/Madam

What I would like to say is, can you stop cutting down the rainforest
because it is killing all the animals’ habitat? When we cut down trees for
paper and land we are losing oxygen.
 We are sending this email as a reminder not to use and waste so much
paper. I am 10 but by the time I am 50 the rainforest will be gone.
There is 6% left now so we have lost 8%.
 Also, the animals die because, as well as losing their habitat, the
machines are polluting all the rivers which the wildlife drink from.
 Have you got a reason for cutting down all the trees? I am only 10 and I
am doing something about it – you are an adult, what are you going to do
about it?

Yours faithfully
Harry Castle



5.
Dear Sir/Madam
I want the rainforest to be protected. Please stop cutting down the
rainforest. If you don’t stop destroying the rainforest we won’t have
enough oxygen. Rainforests like Madagascar have plants to stop people
becoming ill.
 At home I have been looking at rainforest websites. I have found out
that we had 14% of the rainforest covering the Earth’s surface. Now
there is only 6%!
 Finally, you might have had letters sent to you about the rainforest but
I want to save the rainforest because there are rare animals and plants.
When I am in my 40s there won’t be any rainforest left. So please stop
cutting down the rainforest!

Yours faithfully
Jake Heyes



6.
Dear Sir/Madam

I have written this letter to you because of the extinction of the
rainforest and how it is affecting us.
 Firstly, I would like to talk about the animals because by the time I have
kids they won’t be able to see all the beautiful animals and I really don’t
want that to happen.
 Secondly, I would like to say about the people cutting down the trees in
the rainforest; rainforest trees are just normal trees, they are 50
metres tall! And it is a big loss of oxygen.
 I would also like to say that it is a beautiful piece of the world and I
really wouldn’t like it to be destroyed.
 And the people doing this aren’t just killing the trees, the animals and
the rainforest slowly, they are killing us for loss of oxygen. If we can
help stop this, you can too!

Yours faithfully
Lewis Hustwayte



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Dear Sir/Madam
Now I am going to tell you about people cutting down the rainforest and
destroying habitats of animals. I disagree to all of the people who are
cutting down these trees because when all of the trees are gone we won’t
lose oxygen and we could die and we will lose four different species every
hour.
  Furthermore, we could live longer because the trees could give us the
oxygen to breathe. Now we must start saving the Earth and animals. Did
you know that once the Earth was covered with 14% of rainforest and now
it’s only 6%?
  Secondly, the rainforest has more species of plants and animals than
anywhere in the world and the more we destroy it, the less there will be!
  In conclusion, what are you going to do? Are you just going to sit back
and watch the world die and hope for the best? If you help the animals
you will see loads of different species and the Earth will stay alive.
Please stop cutting the rainforest down because we will lose four species
every hour. How tragic would that be?! Please help.

Yours faithfully
Ehlana Thomas



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Dear Sir/Madam

I would like it if people would stop cutting down the rainforest because all
the animals are losing their homes. But more importantly we are losing
lots of oxygen and as you know, trees and plants give us lots of it.
Animals like monkeys and many types of birds are losing their homes in
the emergent layer of a tree.
  My next point is that there was 14% of the world covered with
rainforest but now there is only 6%. By the time I’m 50 (which is in 40
year’s time), there will probably not be any left, unless we try to do
something about it.
  Remember that by the time I am 50 there will probably not be any
rainforest left. There won’t be any animals left either because the trees
are where the animals live and the animals that don’t live in the trees
need the shade which the trees make. Many animals will be extinct and
all the children that go to school won’t be able to learn about them.
  Finally, Year 5 and I are doing something to get some money to buy a bit
of the rainforest. I am prepared to do anything to save the rainforest,
especially the animals. I would hate it if all the animals die.
Yours faithfully
Demi Poller



9.
Dear Sir/Madam

I am not happy about the rainforest being cut down. It’s not fair on the
animals and the rainforest. Rare animals are dying – four species are
killed every hour. How would you like it? It’s like destroying our world
and killing us.
 I’ve found many things we would be without. Here they are: bananas,
citrus fruits, peppers, cashew nuts, coconuts, vanilla, cocoa, peanuts,
coffee, tea, sugar, spices, beans grass and fish. We need coffee to keep
adults awake and kids need sugar.
 Trees give off oxygen. We will struggle to breathe. Many people will be
angry if we have to live without the things listed above. So please,
please, please stop cutting down the bountiful rainforest. I am a child
from Year 5 and I am trying to save the rainforest, so why can’t you?
We’re doing fundraisers and bake sales to help and jobs like washing cars,
so please help.

Yours faithfully
Megan Horton



10.
Dear Sir/Madam

I am Lucy Gregg from Mill Lodge Primary School, Year 5. I’m writing to
you about lots of the rainforest in Brazil that wood-cutters are cutting
down. There was 14% of the Earth’s surface covered in rainforest, but
now there is only 6% left. We are only 9 and 10 years old and we are all
really worried about what will happen next.
 Wood-cutters are cutting down the trees in the rainforest and lots of
animals are losing their homes, like: golden cat, flying squirrels, gibbons,
gliding snakes, parrots and lots, lots more. Could you help those animals
that have lost their homes? The animals at the top of the trees die when
their homes are being cut down.
 Also, the rainforest gives out a huge amount of oxygen. This disappears
when the trees are cut down. When we lose oxygen we are not breathing
properly and we could die. So will the animals – they need oxygen too!
 Just to remind you again, please, please, please SAVE THE
RAINFOREST! Please think of everything that is happening out there.

Yours faithfully

Lucy Gregg



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Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing about the rainforest. Please can we not cut down the
rainforest? We are losing oxygen because we are cutting down trees, so
we are really killing ourselves.
 Do you know that we lose 50 species every day and two species every
hour due to tropical deforestation? I think that this is unfair on the
animals.
 Before the year 2020 (that is in 13 years) 50% of all mammals and 25%
of all bird species will become extinct.
 Please, please can you stop it so we can save the rainforest and its
amazing treasures?

Yours faithfully
Rebecca Tink



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Dear Sir/Madam

My argument is about the people cutting down the rainforest to make
pencils and paper, but we could stop cutting down all the trees. To get
your attention we haven’t written these down on paper and we haven’t
used pencils so we are emailing this to you. SO, don’t kill the rainforest.
 Firstly, we are killing the animals who live in trees, like birds and spiders
and they will die. When people cut down the trees we are slowly killing
ourselves, because trees give us oxygen.
 Secondly, some people live in the rainforest and if people cut the trees
down they will want to move, and if they move to a big city they would
probably be scared.
 Finally, I would like for them to stop cutting down the rainforest
because are taking away the oxygen and we are taking away animals’
habitats and in addition, we are forcing people to leave their homes.

Yours faithfully
Joshua Edkins



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Dear Sir/Madam

I have to inform you that too much of the rainforest is being cut down
and I would like to try and save some of it, especially because it gives us
oxygen.
 Although they need to make paper, we don’t need to chop down so many
trees – they are living things as well (it may sound silly, but it’s true).
 Next, I feel that this is destroying many animals’ habitats and I
strongly ask if you could stop. Because of this mayhem we are slowly
killing ourselves if you take the time to think about – in maybe 40 years
there won’t be a rainforest, so please save it now. It’s not just your life
and mine, it’s the world!
 My main reason is that there used to be 14% of rainforest and now
there’s only 6% and by the time I am 50 there will be none left. As I
mentioned earlier, there won’t be as much oxygen left and that’s not fair
on animals because every hour, four different species of animal are killed
(one hundred a day) due to this harsh environment and demolition.
 I am in Year 5 and with your help this can stop, so please help us!

Yours faithfully
Connor Morris



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Dear Sir/Madam

I think you should stop cutting down the rainforest because you are
killing creatures that live there. You could be killing rare species. Did
you know that there are more than 30 million different types of animals
and plants in the rainforest?
 Firstly, stop cutting down the rainforest. You know you could be killing
yourselves because trees give you oxygen. Think about what you are
doing.
 Secondly, I am 10 years old and am I trying to do something about the
rainforest. Don’t carry on without thinking about what you are doing to
this beautiful place.

Yours faithfully
Alex King



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Dear Sir/Madam

I’m writing to you because I would like to tell every government to stop
cutting down the rainforest. I would like to point out that we would lose a
cool place and lose wicked plants and wildlife. I hope you will agree with
me.
 Firstly, I love animals lots and I would hate lots of animals to be extinct.
Lots will lose their habitats.
 Trees give us lots of oxygen and help keep the world clean. As a matter
of interest, there used to be 14% of the earth’s surface covered with
rainforest, now it is only 6%. So I feel sad that we are destroying our
beautiful environment – the place we live in. I am thinking about the
rainforest all the time.
 In conclusion, I would like you to tell every government in the world to
help this cause. Thank you.

Yours faithfully
Bradley Smith



16.
Dear Sir/Madam

I am Aaron Webster from Mill Lodge Primary School. I have to inform
you that you are cutting down too much of the rainforest – lots of people
will agree. There is only 6% of the rainforest left and Mill Lodge bought
8 acres of the rainforest to protect it from being chopped down.
 Please may you stop cutting down the rainforest – why cut these them
down when tropical rainforest trees take at least 60 years to grow and
then they are chopped down (what a waste of 60 years), so can you please
stop?!
 You may be killing some animals and their habitats. Think about all the
reasons I have given you – think hard. I hope you stop cutting them down.

Yours faithfully
Aaron Webster
17.
Dear Sir/Madam

I have heard that the rainforest could get chopped down. With your help
we can stop that. Without trees, animals wouldn’t really have comfort.
Trees give oxygen and some animals give love and nobody wants anything
happening to them. There can be more reasons, such as nature can’t be
ruined.
 Before I am 50 years old all of the rainforest could be chopped down
and animals can be extinct. To some people the rainforest is very
valuable and if it gets chopped down those people might not have a very
good life. There was 14% of the rainforest but now it has been cut down
to 6%.
 People that want to cut the rainforest down are wrong, because if they
were a tree they wouldn’t want anybody cutting them down. So everybody
should want to keep the rainforest and also the rainforest is very special
to the world and is a good place.
 The conclusion is that we will lose valuable oxygen and animals could be
extinct. So, within 50 years the rainforest can be chopped down and
could affect animal lovers’ lives.

Yours faithfully
Luke Turner



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Dear Sir/Madam

Please can you stop cutting down the rainforest because we are losing
oxygen. You could die and so could we.
 Another reason to stop cutting down trees is because animals die. The
animals will become extinct.
 Furthermore, there is only 6% left and there used to be 14% of the
rainforest. In under 50 years there will be none left.
 To conclude, please stop cutting the trees down because we will lose
oxygen and animals and people will die.

Yours faithfully
CJ Cruxton



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Dear Sir/Madam

What am I going to tell you? I am going to tell you to contact the
governments to tell them to stop cutting down the rainforest trees
because the trees give us oxygen.
 I would like you to stop cutting them down because as I said, the trees
give us oxygen and you are killing species every four hours.
 But do remember that we are only nine and by the time we are 50 there
will be no rainforest land left, so do something about it and start saving
them all. I will disagree with you if you don’t do everything that you can
do. Listen to some facts!
 For every tropical plant species that becomes destroyed it is thought
that 20 insects are not certain to survive.
 Did you know that rainforests are home to more species of plants and
animals that the world put together?

 Yours faithfully
Charlotte Lawson



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Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to you about the destruction of the rainforest.
 You have to stop them cutting down the rainforest. They are getting rid
of oxygen and it is going down and down. They are slowly killing
themselves and other people.
 Fact – before I am 50 years old there will be no rainforest. There was
14% covering the Earth’s surface, now there is only 6% left.
 So in conclusion, recycle more paper instead of cutting more trees down.
Stop it all now!
 Fact – you are destroying all of the animals and they will become extinct.

Yours faithfully
Lee Horton



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Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing this letter to you to look after the rainforest and to stop
people cutting the rainforest down. I have lots of reasons why people
should stop cutting rainforest trees down.
 Firstly, I think that cutting the rainforest down is very bad for the
environment. Secondly, pollution that comes from the machines goes into
the water and kills the fish.
 Furthermore, animals’ homes get destroyed then the animals become
extinct. Little animals get killed by the big machines and birds get their
nests destroyed so they don’t have a place to live. When people cut down
the trees, the animals and people might not be able to breathe!
 In conclusion, me and my friends are trying to raise money to buy some
of the rainforest and we are only nine and ten. We feel very strongly
about this.

Yours faithfully
Molly Humphreys



22.
Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to you about the rainforest trees. The trees are very
important to the rainforest and for us as well because the trees give us
oxygen. Lots of the trees have been cut down and I know lots of people
are not happy about it. I am ten and me and my friends are working hard
to raise money to buy some rainforest. We are nine and ten so if we can
do something about it, you should.
  I am an animal love and I want to be a vet when I am older and it makes
me sad to think that animals have no home. Not only is it bad that trees
are being cut down but the pollution that comes out of the machines goes
into the water and kills the fish. There is less oxygen each time a tree is
cut down, so as a result, animals die. Animals in the rainforest are the
most beautiful animals and you wouldn’t find a snake that can fly or a
spider that eats birds in a zoo!
  By the time I am 50 there will be hardly any rainforest left if we don’t
change. To start with we had 14% of rainforest and now we only have 6%
left so we have lost 8%.
  I have thought up some ideas to try and help the rainforest. We can
make sure that lots of people have waste paper boxes with a collection
once every two weeks. We will try our best to raise as much money as
possible so we can keep trees from being cut down. Please inform the
government about this.
  Save our trees!

Yours faithfully
Katie Pell



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Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to you to persuade you to stop cutting down the rainforests.
The action I would like you to take is to tell the government that they
should not cut down the rainforests. I am a Year 5 pupil and I am going
to do my hardest to stop it and so are the people in my class and we would
like you to help us. We are doing what we can to try to help so please can
you help? We need the trees to stay there so that they can give us
oxygen. If you cut them all down, we – I mean all of us – will die slowly
because there is no oxygen.
  Firstly, they are places you can go and chill and secondly, I bet you like
them! Thirdly, people like going there and listening to the animals and
fourthly, animals cannot live anywhere if the forests are cut gone. I know
you don’t want to cut them down.
  Finally, I love rainforests so please help us – I will send you more letters
soon.

Yours faithfully
Callum Makepeace



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Dear Sir/Madam
People are cutting down rainforest trees and we don’t like it. Trees give
us oxygen and if we cut them down we are slowly losing our oxygen.
  There was 14% of rainforest and now there is 6% but when I am 50
years old there will be 0% of rainforest if this doesn’t stop.
  In the rainforest there are lots of beautiful animals and habitats and
like I said, the rainforest holds lots of oxygen and if we cut all the trees
down the animals will die and we don’t want that to happen.
  Lots of people love the rainforest. But even if they don’t, they shouldn’t
have the right to cut the rainforest down. Anyway, my point is please tell
the governments of the world to stop cutting the rainforests down. We
are 9 and 10 years old and you’re adults. We’re trying to help – please
help us.

Yours faithfully
George Moran



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Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing this letter to persuade you to stop cutting down the
rainforest.
 Firstly I think you are being unfair to the animals because you’re
destroying their habitats. I think you should do something about it
because the trees are for oxygen for animals and us. Please stop because
the animals are losing their homes and dying!
 Also, within forty years all of the rainforest will be gone! I think we
should stop cutting the trees down, it’s a waste.
 The rainforest is important because firstly the trees are for oxygen,
for animals’ homes and many more things. So I’m trying to persuade you
to stop cutting down the rainforest because it will make a big difference.
Please stop!

Yours faithfully
Hayley Walsh



25.
Dear Sir/Madam
I am writing to you to inform you that the rainforest is in terrible danger!
People are just cutting down the rainforest to make simple thing and to
use it for agriculture.
 Firstly, you need to stop people from cutting down the rainforest, as if
you don’t do it, millions of animals in the rainforest will be left homeless
(we don’t just need homes, they do as well!).
 Secondly, we will lose oxygen (we could die, you know!).
 Thirdly, the once beautiful rainforest will have disappeared and the
world won’t look as pretty as it was when all of the rainforest was here.
 What you have to do is tell the governments to make everyone never use
cutting equipment for cutting down the rainforest and ALL the forests, in
fact. Imagine all the animals, including tree snakes and tree frogs, all
homeless…
 We in Year 5 really like nature and we want to do something about this.
If we can do it, so can you!
 Finally, the rainforest will be saved if you help.

Yours faithfully
William Hands

26.
Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to you to ask for a favour – please could you pass this
message on to the other governments? Please could you try to stop the
rainforest from being cut down? The action we want you to take is to tell
the world governments about this.
  Firstly the trees are important to us because trees give us oxygen. If
you cut them down we’re slowly killing ourselves.
  Secondly, within 40 years there will be no rainforest left, which means
less oxygen! There was 14% of rainforest covering the land, now there is
only 6%.
  Furthermore I’m an animal lover and the animals won’t have a habitat to
live in and they might become extinct which means I can’t study them
properly.
  Finally, please consider that we’re only in Year 5 and I’m 9 and I’m trying
to do something, we’re trying our best. Why can’t you do the same?
What did trees ever do to us???

Yours faithfully
Nicola Sargent
27,
Dear Sir/Madam

I have grown very concerned about the rainforest because far too many
trees have been cut down and we are losing the earth’s supply of oxygen.
 Furthermore, the numbers of trees have dropped dramatically. There
was 14% of land covered in rainforest, now there is only 6%. By the time
I’m 50 there will be no rainforest left/ I myself would like to visit the
rainforest when I am older, but I can’t if it’s not there.
 Also, four species of animals are killed every hour. That’s one hundred a
day (seven hundred a week). Other animals that do survive lose their
homes. Please don’t destroy the rainforest and let it grow. We don’t
think people respect nature, animals or trees. Please consider that I am
only ten years old and I am already taking action to protect the world
today.

Yours faithfully
Charlotte Coxon



28.
Dear Sir/Madam

I have written this letter to persuade you to stop people cutting down
the rainforest because I believe that, firstly, all trees are living things
and do you really think that the people doing this terrible thing want to
be responsible for a murder?!
  Secondly, trees are very important to us because they give us oxygen, so
if trees aren’t around then eventually we won’t be! If there are no trees
then the human race will be extinct. There is so much at risk if this isn’t
stopped.
  Furthermore, this needs to be stopped as soon as possible. Think about
all the animals becoming endangered and extinct because they are losing
their homes and dying out. At this rate, all of the rainforest will be gone
in forty years!
  Concluding my argument I believe I must say… save the rainforest, save
the trees and save the world!

Yours faithfully
Casey Denaro

								
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