Pupils will be able to name and recognise the three emblems of Western Australia by correctly stating them on the worksheet and verbally saying them. Name the six states of Australia by naming them correctly. Understand the term ‘Native’ and give ten examples of native fauna or fauna in Australian by naming them correctly. Understand the term ‘Emblem’ and be able to know and recognise the emblems of Western Australia. Understand the terms ‘Fauna’ and ‘Flora’ by being able to separate examples into the two groups correctly.
A video, made by the pupils themselves, introducing what schools can do at the Natural History Museum.
Watch the video before booking to help you plan your trip and show pupils the exciting activities they can do at the Museum.
Some of the activities shown are only available for certain age groups. Go to www.nhm.ac.uk/education to see which activities are available for your Key Stage.
The interactive film at the Natural History Museum will transport your students back in time to explore the tree of life.
Our world-class scientists will support your teaching of evolution and natural selection by explaining how life has evolved. Using cutting edge computer technology, you will share a room with dinosaurs, early mammals and our hominid ancestors. Your students will receive virtual gifts as evidence of our evolutionary past.
Put the station cards from the PPT file around the room. Students then have copies of the station cards from the word file and have to move around the room completing the cards.
Helper sheets are for any LSA's you may have
This resource is a new interactive A2 Biology lesson on the light independent reaction of photosynthesis. This lesson gives lots of opportunity for student interaction and really allowing the reaction to be picked apart. This resource includes:
1: A power point to introduce the lesson
2: A student sheet to work through during the lesson
3: A light independent reaction diagram for students to fill in
4: Calvin Cycle stages to use on a large model
5: Carbon atom templates
6: A series of photos showing how the model can be set up
7: A lesson plan
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The Spring Unit shares the beginning of "new life." It describes spring and the tilt of the Earth, the northern and southern hemispheres. It describes animals coming out of hibernation, planting, and much more. Activity worksheets include; word find, word unscramble, criss cross, spelling