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Summary

  1. Children work in groups and use their Enrich School Orienteering map and markers to locate specified control points around the school site.
  2. At each control point, they collect a part of a skeleton diagram.
  3. When they have collected all parts, they use them to recreate a skeleton and use labels to identify the main parts of the human body.

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Skeleton Treasure Hunt

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Skeleton Treasure Hunt

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Activity Sheet 2
Skeleton Treasure Hunt

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Summary

  1. Children play a relay game where they collect parts of a diagram of a human skeleton.
  2. They then have to construct the full diagram of the skeleton using these parts and label each part correctly.

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Skeleton Relay

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Skeleton Relay

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  1. In groups, children use their School Orienteering Maps to identify locations around the school site.
  2. They collect suitable materials and use them to create a microhabitat for minibeasts.
  3. They follow up at a later stage to observe and identify any minibeasts that have colonised their microhabitat.

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Habitat Build

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Habitat Build

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Summary

  1. Children take turns to be rabbits or foxes.  
  2. They play games of tag to illustrate how predator and prey species interact together within a simple food chain.

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Food Chain Dash

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Food Chain Dash

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Summary

  1. Children take turns to be plants, herbivores and carnivores.  
  2. They play games of tag to illustrate how the roles of producers, predators and prey operate in a simple food chain.

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Food Chain Chase

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  1. Children play a relay game where they collect PE equipment and use it to construct a representation of the human face, following a diagram and key.

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Face Team Build

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Face Team Build

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Summary

  1. Children play a game where they run to different parts of the playing area, representing different parts of a human face.
  2. They then have to perform specific movements or actions linked to that part of the face, which illustrate its link with one of the senses.

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Face Stations

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  1. Children work in groups and use their Enrich School Orienteering map to identify locations where they can collect materials to use to construct a representation of a human body.
  2. They then use labels to identify the main body parts on their models

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Body Build Scavenge

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Body Build Scavenge
Skeleton and Body Part Labels

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  1. Children are in teams. They take turns to collect an animal card until they have collected the full set.
  2. They then work together to place them on the correct places on animal and minibeast classification keys.

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Animal Key Class Dash

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Animal Key Class Dash

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Animal Key Class Dash
Animal Cards

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Animal Key Class Dash

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Summary

  1. Children are in teams. They use their Enrich School Orienteering Map to locate and visit three specified control markers.
  2. At each control marker they collect a different Activity Sheet, containing a set of pictures of animals.
  3. Pairs of teams then use their Activity Sheets to play ‘Guess Who’ against each other, asking questions based on animal characteristics to identify their opponent’s chosen animal.

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Animal Guess Who

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Animal Guess Who

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