The Great Outdoors (April-May 2016)
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This half term we will be learning about the different plants and animals that live in the great outdoors. We will learn about the plants and animals that live in our local environment and other habitats. We will understand how they have adapted to the habitat they live in. We will also learn about animal food chains and life-cycles. We will be spending time outdoors in our Green Wood where we will be doing a mini-beast hunt, pond dipping and planting. We will also investigate the different things that plants need to grow into healthy plants by planting and observing bean seeds as they grow.
Click here to see the planning for this half term.
Please click on the links below to learn more about plants.
Click on the links below to learn more about animals and life processes.
Please watch these videos to learn more about plants.
Please watch these videos to learn more about animals; including life cycles and food chains.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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