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Whaling Theme

Discussion in 'Primary' started by nikkinoo1981, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. Hi all, We are currently doing a whaling theme for our topic this term and I wondered if anyone had any ideas of some exciting/hands-on science based activities I could do with the children. It's a mixed year 4/5 class. I've thought about doing some work on habitats and food chains etc but my mind is at a blank at the minute. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. Hi all, We are currently doing a whaling theme for our topic this term and I wondered if anyone had any ideas of some exciting/hands-on science based activities I could do with the children. It's a mixed year 4/5 class. I've thought about doing some work on habitats and food chains etc but my mind is at a blank at the minute. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
     

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