Team CH have loved science this half term, especially discovering more about the world around us. We began our learning this half term by investigating the seven things living things can do, such as breath, eat, get rid of waste, reproduce, react, move and grow. To further our understanding we explored some things that are alive, were once alive and were never alive and produced a graph to show and share the results. As we dove in deeper, we began to look at how organisms live in specialised habitats. We thought carefully about what a habitats must provide the animal and the needs of that animal. In addition to this we also investigated the Cuttlefish and talked about how it uses active camouflage to hunt pray and hide from predators. Next, we investigated coastal habitats such as, beaches, seaside towns, sand dunes, rocky shores and cliffs and began to become familiar with a variety of birds that live in these costal environments. We enjoyed searching for and writing facts about these amazing costal birds. Our Local habitats are very important to us, and we understand the importance of recycling and caring for the wildlife around us. This is why we have produced some posters to raise awareness of our wonderful local habitats and planned, then built some incredible bird feeders. Finally we have started to explore wider habitats that can be found in different continents across our world.
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