IDENTIFYING MAMMALS, BIRDS AND FISH
Designed to support a school trip to Red Funnel Ferries
SCIENCE Key Stage 1
Variants: High Ability students
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This is a pre-visit and on-site resource, designed around the students’ ferry journey to the island. Students will identify what makes a mammal, bird or fish identifiable, then will spot species they may see when on their ferry trip.
This resource is for students in key stage 1.
It links to the ‘Animals’ part of the Science National Curriculum. Students will be identifying species that live in or around the Solent.
This is a pre-visit and on-site resource, designed around the students’ ferry journey to the island.
Students will identify what makes a mammal, bird or fish identifiable, then will spot species they may see when on their ferry trip.
It would be useful if students had previous discussions about different marine species.
It would also be useful if students know how to characterise different features to aid classification etc.
Key Skills Practised
To identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, birds and mammals
To understand that different characteristics can be used to help identify them
To begin to classify different organisms into groups
Students will be able to name a variety of things that can be found in the local and wider environment. They may be able to recognise that environments can change and that this can sometimes pose dangers to living things.
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