In our topic lessons this week, we have been making our car prototypes. Using our Science knowledge, we have been able to make them move unassisted! It took a combination of our Design and Technology and Science skills to complete the challenge. We are really happy with the results!
Choose an activity to practise your classification skills!
– Can you continue the alternative buttercup classification key layout above?
– Classify the plants at
– Explore the cat classification key and match the cat pictures to the species.
– Classify the fish at:
Continue to read about microbes and how they are classified at:
Use these links to research and draw cladograms.
This week in science, we will be continuing to find out how blood is pumped around the body by the heart and what it is made up of. To find out further facts, click through and read the information below:
This week in science, we will be researching dog breeds, looking for variation and analysing their unique characteristics. To get ahead of yourself, read some of the information on the following website.
Can you breed the target puppy?
Adaptation is the process of an animal adapting in order to survive in its habitat. Read more about South American animals and how they have adapted below:
Use these links to find out more about the scientist, Mary Anning.