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Sea Animals

This science scheme of work for Key Stage One gets the children to identify, describe and compare some of the different plants and animals that can be found living in a marine habitat including in the sea or on the beach. The class can make models and posters illustrating the similarities and differences between sea creatures.

Identify, describe and compare some of the different plants and animals that can be found living in a marine habitat including in the sea or on the beach

Lesson One : What Animals

Identify and describe types of animals that can be found living in a marine habitat

Lesson Two : Animal Groups

Identify and group a range of different animals that live in the sea, on the beach and in the air

Lesson Three : Sea Fish

Investigate and record how fish are adapted to living in a marine environment

Lesson Four : Sea Plants

Group and sort different types of plants to match different criteria that live in a marine habitat

Lesson Five : Dolphins and Whales

Explore and record how different mammals are adapted to living in the sea environment

Lesson Six : Aquarium

Investigate and present facts and information about an animal that lives in a marine habitat

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