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Changing materials by squashing. bending, twisting or stretching.
Describing the life of the daffodil from bulb to flowering plant.
Using a popular song to consider the suitability of materials for particular purposes.
A word mat to assist children in their writing about the signs of spring.
Describes how some animals have adapted to their habitat.
What animals can be found in the micro-habitat under a log?
Describing the life cycle of a plant from seed to full grown sunflower.
Describing the life cycle of a plant from seed to full grown bean plant.
Describing the life cycle of a human from baby to mature adult.
The importance of good hygiene and how we can achieve it.
Cards with properties of materials for matching opposites.
A set of posters showing fourteen different types of materials.
Word mats for supporting in their work on the ‘properties of materials’.
A word mat with nine everyday materials to support children in their science.
A word mat showing some of the most common UK garden birds.
A word mat for supporting children in their literacy/science work on ‘birds’.
A ‘space’ word mat showing nine planets plus moon, sun and asteroid.
Photos showing dinosaur fossils and bones for classroom display.
A word mat with dinosaur names and associated vocabulary.
Labelled posters of a tiger, a reindeer, iguana, eagle, goldfish and bee.
Twenty posters showing photos of the most common minibeasts.
Five parts of the human body posters – front and back, eye, face and hand.
A poster showing six parts of the human hand which can be used as a word mat.
A poster showing six parts of the human eye which can be used as a word mat.
A poster showing the various parts of a human face.
A human body parts word mat to aid children in their written work.
The characteristics of all living things which are essential for keeping them alive and healthy.
Deciding whether something is alive, dead or never been alive.
Identifying and naming a variety of plants and animals in a rock pool micro-habitat..
How animals obtain their food from plants and other animals in a simple food chain.