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Prints

Take a much closer look at this familiar object. Can your class use their reasoning ski...

Ages 5 – 7

  • Animals, including humans
Bactrian camels

Odd One Out

The Drinks Menu

Put your class’ observation skills to the test with these three amazing animals.

Ages 9 – 11

  • Animals, including humans
  • Living things and their habitats
  • States of matter
  • Evolution and inheritance
Barnacle gosling on a cliff

What's Going On?

Barnacle dive

Spark a conversation with this video showing a barnacle gosling taking a death-defying...

Ages 7 – 9

  • Animals, including humans

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Progress over time

After 1-3 activities

Open-ended activities encourage better creative thinking and discussion.

After 4-7 activities

Improved observation, vocabulary and listening enables children to explain ideas more clearly.

After 8-10 activities

Increasing confidence, improved questioning and thinking helps children apply their ideas in new contexts.

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Joshua Payne, SEN teacher, Kent

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Heather Beattie, class teacher, County Down

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Cat Boaz, class teacher, Wantage

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