Spring: Animals Including Humans
EO have started their brand new topic on Animals Including Humans. We started off talking about all the things we already know about animals and then we asked a few questions which we would like to find out about throughout our topic. We then tried to think of an animal beginning with each letter of the alphabet using the magnetic letters.
Then, we drew a smiley face on the board and discussed what a human needs to stay alive: food, water, shelter, space and air. The children then added cat ears onto the smiley face and discussed how a cat needs the exact thing as a human to stay alive. The children then discussed humans are animals... they were very excited! We have been on an animal hunt and tried to identify animal trails and animals themselves- it was lots of fun!
Later on in the term, EO looked at the different animal groups. They had a go at sorting out different animals into their groups
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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