To match animals to an appropriate habitat

In today’s lesson, we join Mrs Garrard to learn about animals and their habitats. We explore four very different habitats and look closely at why certain animals are suited to living there. We will look at the different tracks that animals make as they move around their habitats. Finally, we will make our very own animal tracks by printing with potatoes.

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Lesson summary: To match animals to an appropriate habitat

Time to move!

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This was the final lesson in the unit Habitats.

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