The following talk is suitable for 4-6 year olds.
What’s it all about?
Children learn to identify and classify animals that live under water.
They highlight differences between themselves and the animals as well as the differences between different marine creatures.
We look at plastic sea creatures and explore ways in which they have adapted to their watery environment.
Learning is completed through interactive games, hands on activities and an animal encounter.
The ‘What lives in water ‘ classroom session includes:
Things to find out……..
Why does a turtle have a shell?
How many brains does an octopus have?
How many eyes does a starfish have?
How does this fit the curriculum?
Key Stage 1 Identifying & Classifying, using observations to suggest answers, naming different oceans, comparing living things and objects using simple features. Identifying if creatures are herbivore, carnivore & omnivore.
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