Week Beginning 1st March.
A habitat is the home of an animal or a plant. Almost every place on Earth—from the hottest desert to the coldest icy regions —are habitats for some kinds of animals and plants. Use the PowerPoint and video to learn a little more about the types of habitats some animals live in. Then have a go at matching animals to their habitats or creating your own fact file.
Week Beginning 22nd February
Some animals have convincing camouflage, meaning they grow fur, scales or skin that allow them to completely blend into their natural habitat. Watch the PowerPoint and video all about camouflage. Then read the letter from a very special chameleon...can you help to design a new form of camouflage for Rainbow the chameleon? Have a go at designing your own creature who could blend into your bedroom/garden/other places around where you live!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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