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Pictorial representation (birds) used to solve missing number addition problems for 8.
Pictorial representation (rabbits) used to solve missing number addition problems for 9.
Pictorial representation (robots) used to solve missing number addition problems for 10.
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.
Revealing what plants need to germinate, grow and stay healthy.
Describing the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival.
Describes the importance of keeping fit for humans and the effect on our bodies.
Scottish inventor John Boyd Dunlop developed the pneumatic (air-filled) rubber tyre.
Scottish engineer and road builder who invented a new way of making roads in the UK.
Basic facts about the continent of Europe e.g. countries, flags and climate.
What happens to the weather, animals, birds and plants during the changing seasons.
A powerpoint with photos of baby animals with name labels.
Photos of wild animals and their families for identifying and classifying.
Identifying and describing the function of the basic parts of a tree.
Identifying and naming the common spring flowers with their bulbs.
Describing what all pets need to keep them happy and well.
Identifying and naming the basic structure of a flowering plant.
Describing the life cycle of the frog from egg to tadpole to adult frog.
Describing the life cycle of a butterfly from egg to mature butterfly.
Discusses why glass is so much better for windows than other materials.
Counting in multiples of five using peacocks and their tail feathers.
Say the rhymes and watch Magic Pencil demonstrate how to write numerals 0-9.
Encourages quick recall of numbers from zero to one hundred.
Learning the months of the year and naming the ‘month’ sock which is missing.
Practise reading a set of words containing the ‘ai’ grapheme.
Practise reading a set of words containing the ‘air’ grapheme.
Practise reading a set of words containing the ‘ear’ grapheme.