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Our topic is Evolution and Inheritance. We looked at fossils with magnifying glasses and recorded our findings.

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Fossil investigations and hot seating Mary Anning- the super fossil collector.

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Our Scientific Investigation skills were in use when we carried out a fair test to find out which bird beak would be most suited to our changing island habitat.

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Planning our own investigations.

' A large asteroid will fall to Earth quicker than a small one,- the children planned their own investigation, collected results, analysed them and drew a conclusion.

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A visit from Mad Scientist Turbo Tom.

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Making our own models of The Solar System.

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Observational drawings of a variety of skulls.

Observational drawings of a variety of skulls. 1
Observational drawings of a variety of skulls. 2

Making bird feeders to position in our local habitats. We will keep a keen eye on what happens to them.

Making bird feeders to position in our local habitats. We will keep a keen eye on what happens to them. 1
Making bird feeders to position in our local habitats. We will keep a keen eye on what happens to them. 2
Making bird feeders to position in our local habitats. We will keep a keen eye on what happens to them. 3
Making bird feeders to position in our local habitats. We will keep a keen eye on what happens to them. 4
Making bird feeders to position in our local habitats. We will keep a keen eye on what happens to them. 5
Making bird feeders to position in our local habitats. We will keep a keen eye on what happens to them. 6

Learning about classification by sorting a variety of sweets!

Learning about classification by sorting a variety of sweets! 1
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