Autumn 2: Animals Including Humans.
This half term we will:
- Notice that animals, including humans have offspring which grow into adults.
- Find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans.
- Describe the importance of hygiene and excercise.
- We will ask simple questions and recognise that we can answer these in different ways.
- Observe closely, gather and record information.
We will also find out about Louis Pasteur and Elizabeth Garrett.
Our enquiry question this week is: What do animals, including humans, need to survive?
We have found out about the basic needs of animals including humans and have created fact files to demonstrate our learning.
Autumn 1: Living things and their habitats.
This week we talked about what a habitat is. We then tried to locate habitats around us at school.
Week 2: Living, Dead and Never Alive.
This week we learnt about life processes and then used this knowledge to identify things that are living, dead or never alive.
Week 3: Microhabitats.
THis week we went back outside to identify Microhabitats in two locations of the school grounds. When in the different areas we recorded using a tally the mini beasts we found.
Week 4 & 5:
We have started to plan our own experiment in science.
To see where woodlice like to live.
WE WILL NEED:
- A pot of soil,
- Dishes with lids,
- Filter paper.
We decide 'choice chambers' which we will use in our science lesson to investigate where woodlice like to live.