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Science Lesson 5 – Habitats (Week beginning 18.5.20)

This week we will be looking at why animals live in the places that they do. We will learn about how animals adapt and change to live in their habitats and how the habitats provide everything that they need to survive.

Science Lesson 4 – Life cycle of a Frog (Week beginning 11.5.20)

This week we will be looking at how a tadpole grows into a frog and its life cycle. Watch the videos and look at the PowerPoint below to learn about the different stages of its life. Once you have learnt all about it, there are some activities on Purple Mash and Education City for you to complete.

 

Life Cycle Of A Frog! - The Dr. Binocs Show

Hey Kids, it's time to learn the life cycle of a frog as Dr. Binocs is here to explain the cycle in his own unique style.

Science Lesson 3 – Life cycle of a Butterfly (Week beginning 4.5.20)

This week we will be looking at how a caterpillar grows into a butterfly and its life cycle. Watch the videos and look at the PowerPoint (below) to learn about the different stages of its life. Miss Wallbank has been growing butterflies at home with her children so she has very kindly sent us some pictures to show us the different stages. Once you have learnt all about the life cycle, there are some activities on Purple Mash and Education City for you to complete.

 

1. The box with the butterfly net and pot with caterpillar (larva) eggs were delivered.

2 The butterfly net was set up and the box was unpacked.. 

3. The caterpillars start to grow and get their food from the bottom of the pot.

4. The caterpillars begin to grow and get bigger and bigger,

5. The caterpillars find a safe place at the top to start to build their cocoon (the pupa stage)

6. The caterpillar makes a hard shell around itself known as the pupa, so that it can complete its metamorphosis (change) into a butterfly.

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Our topic for today is Life Cycle of a Butterfly. A butterfly lays eggs on the leaves of a plant. These eggs hatch and young ones called larvae or caterpilla...

Science Lesson 2 - Living, Dead or Never Been Alive (Week beginning 27.4.20)

This week we will be looking at how you can tell if something is living, dead or never been alive and the things that all living things do. Watch the videos and look at the PowerPoint below to learn what all living things do and what dead things used to do. Then you can try and look around your garden, or your house, and make a list of all the things that you can see that are living, dead, or never been alive in your homework book or on a separate piece of paper. Then there are some activities on Purple Mash and Education City for you to complete.

Living, Dead or Never Been Alive PowerPoint and Activities

It's Alive!

You're alive! And so are all the plants in your garden, the birds in the sky, and the fish in the ocean! How do we know they're alive? What makes them living? Find out by watching the video!

Living and Nonliving Things

Living and Nonliving Things. Things which can grow, move, breathe and reproduce are called living things.

Castle Junk Modelling Task

How to make your own cardboard castle

Science Lesson 1: How do animals change as they grow. (Week beginning 20.4.20)

This week we will be starting our new Science on Animals (including humans). We will start the topic by looking at how animals grow and change as they get older. At the beginning of the school year we thought about how humans change, but we would like you to think about animals. Do they grow and change in the same way? How are they similar? How are they different? Look at the YouTube videos below then complete the tasks on Education CIty and Purple Mash.

Living Things Grow & Change

Living Things Grow, Lets understand about growth in living things.

Living Things Change

How do living things change as they grow? This video will show you with some examples.

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