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Year 2 & KS2 Science - Teeth and Eating - Living Things and their Habitats

National Curriculum Programmes of Study for this area of Science Key Stages 1 and 2

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Questions and Answers - Teeth KS2

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KS2 Year 4

Sc4/2.2 Animals including Humans

Sc4/2.2b - identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions

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There are two PowerPoints & vocabulary cards and posters in this set


1. PowerPoint One - Teeth - What do you know? - 15 slides


2. PowerPoint Two - Questions and Answers about Teeth — 29 slides


3. Thirty vocabulary cards  (Ten A4 sheets to print out with 3 cards per sheet)


4. Twenty Six A4 posters and Pictures to print - use for display/discussion.


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 Finding out about Human and Animal Teeth - Facts

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Human and Animal Teeth - PowerPoints and PDFs


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There are two PowerPoints & posters in this set


1.  Facts About Human Teeth - Thirty five posters/pictures - A4 sheets to print out for discussion or display.


2. PowerPoint One - Different types of teeth - 37 slides comparing human and animal teeth and their functions.


3. PowerPoint Two - Animal Teeth — 40 slides  - Can you tell what an animal eats by looking at its teeth? Herbivores, carnivores & omnivores.



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 Carnivore, Omnivore, Herbivore

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Sc1/2.2  Animals including humans (Year 1)

Sc1/2.2a - identify and name a variety of common animals including, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals


Sc1/2.2b- identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores


Sc2/2.1  Living things and their habitats (Year 2)

Sc2/2.1b  - identify that most living things live in habitats to which they are suited and describe how different habitats provide for the basic needs of different kinds of animals and plants, and how they depend on each other


Sc2/2.1d - describe how animals obtain their food from plants and other animals, using the idea of a simple food chain, and identify and name different sources of food.


Sc3/2.2  Animals including humans (Year 3)

Sc3/2.2a    identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat


Sc4/2.1  All Living Things (Year 4)

Sc4/2.1a    recognise that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways


Sc4/2.2    Animals including humans (Year 4)

Sc4/2.2c    construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey

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Carnivore, Herbivore, Omnivore

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1. PowerPoint One - Carnivore,  Herbivore, Omnivore - 31 slides Introduction to the topic.


2. A set of eleven posters that relate to the slides - Classifying animals according to what type of food they eat - plants/meat/both - Herbivores, carnivores & omnivores.



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Classifying animals according to what they eat

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A set of 56 small cards for sorting

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Sorting Animals (herbivore, omnivore, carnivore)

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1. Animal Cards for Sorting - Herbivore, Omnivore, Carnivore - Fifty Six picture cards to print (4 cards on each  of 14 A4 sheets)


2. Set of labels for using while sorting the cards.


3. Fact Cards to help with the card sorting - 56 cards to print and match to the picture cards.


4. A sorting grid with the answers to the card sort. Also a blank grid.


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Animals and Their Habitats KS2

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Animals and Their Habitats - PowerPoints


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There are six PowerPoints.


1. PowerPoint One - Wildlife - 15 slides - Introduction to the topic.

Finding wildlife - looking for clues.


2. PowerPoint Two - Grouping Animals - 20 slides - physical features, backbone/no backbone, vertebrate/invertebrate,  mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish., Insects


3. PowerPoint Three - What is a habitat? - 16 slides - Different types of habitats - Introduction.


4. PowerPoint Four - Depending on One Another - 35 slides - Introduction to the term ‘ecosystem; What makes a good habitat? Survival in a chosen habitat. How plants and animals depend on one another for survival and what happens when something changes.


5. PowerPoint Five - Producer or Consumer? - 26 slides - Depending on one another, food for energy, carnivore, omnivore, herbivore, primary & secondary consumers, food chains.


6. PowerPoint Six - Producer or Consumer? - 21 slides Which is which?


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Classification

Classifying Animals

Food Chains

Habitats - Woodlands, Fields and Hedgerows, Parks and Gardens

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Habitats - Woodlands, Fields & Hedgerows,     Parks & Gardens - PowerPoints


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There are four PowerPoints.


1. PowerPoint One - A Woodland Habitat - Part One - 25 slides Plants that live in a woodland and why they are important.


2. PowerPoint Two - A Woodland Habitat - Part Two - 27 slides Animals that live in a woodland and how they depend on plants and each other for survival.


3. PowerPoint Three - Fields and Hedgerows - 24 slides - The Plants and Animals.


4. PowerPoint Four - Parks and Gardens - 23 slides


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Habitat and Ecosystems

All animals and plants need a place to live.


The place they choose to live is called their habitat.


By studying different habitats we can begin to understand how each habitat works and how each living thing depends upon others in that habitat.


This interdependence is called an ecosystem.


Ecology is the study of ecosystems.

Habitats - Seaside, Rivers and Ponds

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Habitats - Seaside, Rivers & Ponds - PowerPoints


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There are three  PowerPoints.


1. PowerPoint One - A Seaside Habitat - 26 slides

Sand dunes, rock pools and cliff habitats.



2. PowerPoint Two - Rivers and Streams - 27 slides Animals that live in a woodland and how they depend on plants and each other for survival.


3. PowerPoint Three - A Pond Habitat - 27 slides


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Thinking About Habitats

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This folder of resources  consists of lots of posters, cards and labels - laminate for the children to use or use for discussion and display. Click on the pictures below to see previews (PDFs)

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Sets of PDFs to print and laminate (click on pictures above and see previews in preview column opposite)


1.  Set One - What would you find here? (See pictures above and link opposite)


2. Set Two - What would you find here? (the answers to the above)


3. Questions - 21 Labels


4. They are important because …. Nine A5 “cards” to print.

Trees, grasses & plants (ground cover) leaf litter,  stones & rocks, fallen trees & rotting logs,  tree hollows, flowering plants, ponds, streams & rivers.

 

5. Glossary (two sides of A4)


6. Twenty four Vocabulary Labels (three to each sheet of A4)


7. Twenty One A4 Posters to print - How plants and animals are adapted to their habitats and how they depend on one another for survival.


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National Curriculum Programmes of Study for this area of Science Key Stages 1 and 2

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