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Minibeast Adventures with Jess - Ladybird

Added: 04 Jul 2015 Contributor: Mary Coleman Resource type: Audio / Video

An English programme taken from youtube but originally from the BBC in which the presenter along with children go on an ivestigation to find minibeat - in this case ladybirds

How it maps to the curriculum

SESE Science

Strand: Living Things

Strand unit: Plants and Animals

Content objective:
This resource should enable a child to:

  • become aware of animals and plants of other environments
  • become aware that animals and plants undergo seasonal change in appearance or behaviour
  • observe growth and change in some living things
  • observe, discuss and identify a variety of plants and animals in different habitats in the immediate environment
  • recognise and identify the external parts of living things

Suggestions for use: Suitable for whole class teaching on IWB. Great introduction to minibeasts - each ten minute clip investigates a different minibeast- what it eats, it's habitat, what eat it etc.

Meta information

  • Asset type: Video
  • Language: English
  • Rights: All rights reserved
  • Cost: No
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