In this activity children look at data and debate possible explanations using the format of the ‘Call my Bluff’ game.
In this activity children are asked to consider why animals migrate and why it is important to understand their food chain.
<p>In this activity children determine the best conditions for a breeding site based on their knowledge of habitats.</p>
In this activity children consider the conditions necessary for an egg to hatch and predict the ideal conditions for an incubator.
In this activity children compare differences between dinosaurs to identify factors that may affect speed.
Different living things like to live in places that suit their needs, and that includes humans.
The activities on these pages use art materials to promote the development of observational skills and knowledge of materials and aspects of nature
In this activity children plan and carry out research about the Antarctic in order to develop a persuasive argument.
In this activity children identify animals and construct food chains. They will form an argument for or against the idea of this wildlife enclosure.
Wickham Market Primary School in Suffolk were the worthy first-prize winners of the Great Bug Hunt 2016, having defeated hundreds of schools from a
In this activity children are introduced to ideas about evolution in the context of habitats and environment.
In this activity children compare environmental conditions in the River Thames and the North Sea.