Yr 1-2 Are your pets really alive?
Entry Point - Are all your pets really alive?
1 How can you tell if something is really alive?
2. What is poo made of?
3. What do animals use food for?
4. Do animals change?
5. What do young animals need?
Do animals change?
Do animals change?
Todays learning: (WALT)Science
- Notice that animals, including humans, have offspring which grow into adults.
- That all animals, including humans, grow and change as they become older.
- To make and communicate observations and comparisons of humans and other animals.
- To match young and adults of the same animals
Understand where food comes from
Key human features, including: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour and shop
2e to realise that people and other living things have needs, and that they have responsibilities to meet them.
Lesson Activities / Tasks
VIDEO Are all your pets really alive?
- Dialog for video:
- So far you have seen how all animals .... feed .... poo... and move
- What else do animals need food for
- You are still doing it but your teacher probably isn't
- watch these animals to see if you can work out something else animals have in common.....
- Did you manage to work it out That's right all animals grow
- but that must also mean that animals have babies too....
- Match babies to adults use names Cow - Calf; Pig - piglet; Sheep - Lamb others!!!!
- Watching the regular 'discovering Our Countryside' programs will show this process in cattle. lambs and pigs - see here
- Add to Mindmap Burr started last time
- Complete first section of pupil workbook.
- Do quiz for first section answers
- Video: Do young animals change?
- Pupil work book: Are pets alive?
- Match adult with young and describe changes in familiar animals e.g. cats, dogs, hamsters as they grow (get older).
- Explain that growth means increase in weight and height and may include other changes..