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Summary

  1. Using their Activity Sheets, children create a model of a tree structure using hoops.
  2. They identify then use this to play a throwing game with beanbags which illustrates how water is transported within plants.

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Tree Water Works

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Tree Water Works

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Summary

  1. Using their school orienteering maps, children navigate the school site, recording the locations of trees on their map.
  2. They identify each of the trees that they have recorded, using their Tree Example Activity Sheet.

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Tree Treasure Hunt

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Tree Treasure Hunt

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Summary

  1. In teams, children collect separate items of PE equipment as a relay.
  2. Each team has a diagram, representing a tree, with a key to indicate which parts of the tree each item of equipment represents. They work together, using the items of equipment that they have collected, to re-create their tree according to the diagram.

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Tree Structure Team Build

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Tree Structure Team Build

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Summary

  1. Children are in teams. They take part in a relay where each child has to run to collect the name of a different part of a plant/tree. They then have to match this with a function card and an image card.
  2. The first team to correctly match all of their name, function and image cards wins the game.

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Tree and Plant Structure Relay

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Tree and Plant Structure Relay
Tree Structure Card

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Tree and Plant Structure Relay
Plant Structure Card

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Summary

  1. Children are divided into teams of ‘Bees’ and ‘Flowers’.
  2. Teams of ‘Bees’ collect coloured beanbags, representing pollen grains, from ‘Flowers’.
  3. The variety of colours of beanbags they collect illustrates the role of bees in cross-pollination.

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Pollen Grab

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Summary

  1. Children use their school maps to navigate the school site and collect a variety of different leaves.
  2. They then use their Leaf Bingo Activity Sheets to identify characteristics of the leaves they have collected and to group them according to their characteristics.   

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Leaf Bingo

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Leaf Bingo

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Summary

  1. Children use ‘Journey Sticks’ to collect a variety of different leaves.
  2. They observe the characteristics of these, attempt to identify some of them, using an Activity Sheet, and record them by making a ‘leaf rubbing’.

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Journey Sticks

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Journey Sticks

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