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It’s time to take a walk on the wild side! This half term, we’ll invite some amazing animals into our classroom to discover how they move, what they feel like and what they eat. We’ll also program a toy to move across a grid – will it be caught by a predator? We’ll learn about the different parts of a plant and how some plants are predators! From our investigations about the human skeleton, we’ll find out how muscle make the bones move. We’ll investigate food chains and learn about how animals find their food. Using the internet, we’ll research the majestic peregrine falcon and discover where crocodiles live. After our research, we’ll create an exciting aquatic animation.

Useful Information
General Resources
Food Chains
Insect Predators

A selection of videos that show a range of insect predators in deadly action!

Please note - some of the images in these clips are quite graphic!

Aquatic Predators

A selection of Deadly 60 videos in which Steve Backshall discusses different aquatic predators.

Predatory Bird Videos
Crocodiles and Alligators
Owl Pellets
Skeletons
Fossils
Speeches

  • St Hilda's CE (VA) Primary School
  • Whittaker Lane, Prestwich, Manchester, Lancashire, M25 1HA
  • Email: sthildas@bury.gov.uk
  • 0161 7986227
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