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I hope you enjoyed finding out about different snakes which live in the British Isles.The snake you saw last week was a GRASS SNAKE! This week we are having a focus on birds. Please find information about 'World Oceans Day' at the bottom of this page. 

Lesson 2:

To identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Success criteria:

I can identify and name common animals

I can gather information to answer a question.

With help, I can record and communicate my findings in a range of ways and begin to use scientific language. 

 

It is a very exciting time of year for all kinds of animals and lots of young are born at this time of year.  Have a look at some very exciting developments in the bird kingdom - you can watch birds live on their nests via webcams.  Have a look at these 'Ospreys' and you might get to see the new 'White Crane' chicks on the Springwatch live webcam. 

Live Osprey nest cam - Loch Arkaig - Woodland Trust

Our spring wildlife webcams live! 🐤🦊🐿 - Thu 4 June - Springwatch - BBC

Nests are fascinating things!  Have a go at making one yourself!
If you love birds and would like to attract more birds into your garden, why not have a go at making a bird feeder?

Wildlife Wednesday: How to make a bird feeder!

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This year many people will be unable to get to the beach to celebrate World Oceans Day.

WWF have again teamed up with the Environment Agency, this time to bring the world of oceans into homes. Join us at 10am on Monday 8th June for a live broadcast where you and your students will be able to hear talks from a number of WWF and EA experts alongside amazing footage. The broadcast will be aimed at 7-14 year olds - but is suitable for everyone - and will include a live chat function to ask questions, and ocean based resources to continue your deep sea conversations.

Please note that speakers and attendees will not be able to see each other. Finally, registration for this event is FREE, so please do share with your students and parents.

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