Food and Our Bodies

Food and Our Bodies

ear 1, Topic 4, Switched on Science Plants and animals where we live In this topic you will: name plants including trees near you know the difference between evergreen and deciduous trees know the parts of a plant name animals living near you know which animals are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores know about fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Key vocabulary Amphibians Flowers Petals Animal Fruit Plant Birds Habitat

Reptiles Branches Herbivores Roots Bulb Identify Seeds Carnivores

Mammals Stem Fish Omnivores Tree Did you know? Did you know that the dandelion

flower opens up in the morning and closes in the evening? How could you find out if this is true? Which tree is evergreen? How dotree youisknow? Which deciduous? How do you know?

How are these leaves similar? How are these leaves different? Ash leaf Silver Birch leaf Holly leaf

Sycamore leaf What kind of animal is this? How do you know? What do birds have that other animals do not?

What do birds have that is the same as some other animals? Similarities and Look at these birds. differences What are these birds called? How do you know? What is the same? What is different? Class birdwatch Some children carried out a

birdwatch in their school grounds. This is how they recorded the birds they saw. Which bird did they see the most times? Which bird didnt they see? Type of bird How many times we saw the birds

Photo of robin lll Photo of blackbird I Photo of crow I Photo of seagull Photo of blue tit I

Photo of pigeon IIII/ Number of times seen Type of bird How many times did the children see blackbirds?

How many times did the children see robins? Which bird did they see the most times? Feed the Class 1 asked: How can we getbirds more birds into our school grounds? They decided to feed the birds by making their own bird feeders. How do you think they made these bird feeders?

Where will you put your bird feeder in your school grounds to encourage the birds to visit? What kind of animal is a fox? Bird Reptile Amphibian Mammal Fish How do you know? What kind of animal is

a snake? Bird Reptile Amphibian Mammal Fish This snake is called an adder. What kind of animal is a trout? Bird

Reptile Amphibian Mammal Fish What kind of animal is a

frog? Bird Reptile Amphibian Mammal

Fish Which animal is the odd one out, and why? Look at the picture. Describe this animal. What do you notice? Where do you think it lives (its habitat)? What do you think it eats? What is the name of this animal?

Do you think it is a ? Fish Amphibian Reptile Mammal Bird How do you know? FACT FILE The name of my animal is a ... It lives in It has ... Its eyes are It eats

It comes out at It eats plants and animals so it is a herbivore omnivore carnivore Choose your own animal and make a fact file.

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