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A lesson on how Linnaeus developed Aristotle’s classification system, naming kingdoms and dividing the anaimal kingdoms into sub groups.

There is a Google slide version of the PP here, please make your own copy.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qI07691LDhiSmX5MdtJOI9z4qYMn5rZAYO6V9we_gPg/edit?usp=sharing

I am a secondary trained Physics teacher, but have been asked to teach KS2 Biology this year. I have found it quite a challenge! I hope this can support someone who is feeling as overwhelmed as I was.

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amhc

9 months ago
4

Good resource with a variety of activities for students. One mistake though, you have said that mosses are an example of a type of fungi (they aren't they are part of the plant kingdom). Big thank you for making your resources free.

ruthdurrant

a year ago
5

Great resources, thank you for sharing it. I like they way the fill in the gaps slide is also available as a docs so it can be printed out and used selectively.

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