The 'Red and Blacks'
Issue 132 | Page 19 | Published Mar 2014
Continuing our exploration into the archives of our 'Red and Blacks' the original ASE Primary Science the examples illustrate how observation can lead to many questions and ideas in the primary classroom: Does anything live in the long grass? Learning through animals. What do they look like? Where do some plants grow best?
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