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Lesson Four – Sea Plants

This science teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to group and sort different types of plants that live in a marine habitat to match different criteria. The children can use Carroll diagrams to group seaweed matching a range of categories for colour, shape and texture.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to group and sort different types of plants to match different criteria that live in a marine habitat

Learning Objectives

Gathering and recording data to help in answering questions. Identify and name a variety of plants in their matching habitats.

Learning Outcomes

I can collect information to help answer a question. I can identify the similarities and differences between plants.

Sea Plants

Teaching sequence to help the children group and sort different types of plants to match different criteria that live in a marine habitat

What Seaweed

Display posters to help the children select vocabulary words to describe different plants that live in a marine habitat

Carroll Diagram

Template to help the children select and sort types of seaweed into groups by their matching characteristics

Carroll Diagram (support)

Template to help the children select and sort types of seaweed into groups by their matching characteristics

Sea Plants

Interactive activity to help the children group and sort different types of plants to match different criteria that live in a marine habitat

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to group and sort different types of plants to match different criteria that live in a marine habitat

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