During this first term the children focus on identifying the plants around them. From tress to common and wild flowers. We look at similarities that flowers and trees share.
In Science throughout the year, the children continue to study the weather and the seasons. When we walk we look up to the skies and down at our feet to see what the weather is like and see its affects.
Please see the attached resources to support your child's understanding.
This clip shows the array of behaviour shown by plants and animals throughout the year, in tune with the seasons and the seasonal weather.Plants and animals ...
In this video, we talk about the differences between evergreen and deciduous trees.
SCIENCE: Plants | Naming WILD and GARDEN Plants | Miss Ellis 🌿 #plants #namingplantsTo watch the playlist for plants please click on the linkhttps://www.you...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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