Growth and Change Unit Plan
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Help your students cement their understanding of the plant life cycle with this interactive game.
A set of Australian animal themed 'Did You Know?' worksheets.
An open-ended task for students to demonstrate their understanding of how animals grow and change.
A poster showing the life cycle of a frog.
A worksheet for students to brainstorm the similarities and differences between a lion cub and an adult lion.
A poster showing the continuous life cycle of a plant.
A worksheet for students to brainstorm the similarities and differences between a chick and a hen.
A template to use when learning about human life stages.
A fun sorting activity to help students identify the behavioural and physical changes humans experience at different life stages.
An activity for students to use when learning about life cycles.
This Biological Sciences unit explores how living things grow and change. Animal offspring (including humans) are compared with their parents and plants are grown from seed in order to observe change over a period of weeks.
An acrostic poem template to use in the classroom to celebrate Earth Day.
A reflection template for students to use after creating a 3D monster.
A template to use for a design activity related to the properties of materials.
Forty-eight 'properties of materials' vocabulary cards.
A science experiment which explores the absorptive properties of materials.
A worksheet to use when learning about the properties of materials.
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