Pattern seeking in science involves children making observations or taking measurements to explore situations where a variable cannot be easily controlled. It often includes and is centred on a ‘big question’ for children to investigate. Our big question in Team JF was do animals teeth change based on the food they eat? To investigate this the children identified carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. From this, they were able to identify the type of teeth eat of them have such as sharp incisors, canines and molars.
After carrying out a sorting activity, the children came to the conclusion that the types of food did impact on the teeth of an animal and could identify the characteristics of these.
Excellent work Team JF you are super scientists!
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