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Living Things and their Habitats Assessment

This science assessment teaching pack for Key Stage Two can be used to assess the children’s abilities in identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world. The children can record and review their understanding of this topic.

Download this teaching pack including a medium term plan, assessment test and an evaluation activity to assess the children’s abilities in identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world

Living Things and their Habitats Unit Plan

Medium term plan outlining objectives and outcomes covered in this unit about identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world

Living Things and their Habitats Assessment Questions

Activity to assess the children’s skills for the National Curriculum programmes of study about identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world

Living Things and their Habitats Assessment Marking

Activity to assess the children’s skills for the National Curriculum programmes of study about identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world

Living Things and their Habitats Assessment Record

Template to record the children’s progress for the National Curriculum programmes of study about identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world

Living Things and their Habitats Assessment Evaluation

Activity to help the children assess their own progress for the National Curriculum programmes of study about identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world

Download this teaching pack including a medium term plan, assessment test and an evaluation activity to assess the children’s abilities in identifying, grouping and comparing different plants and animals that live in a variety of habitats around the world

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