In science this week we will be continuing with learning about animals, concentrating on garden birds. Whilst some of us are at home, if you have a garden or can walk to a park it is the perfect time to learn about common British birds. How many of them can you name? Have a look at the videos and power points to gather information about the different types of birds you can find in your garden or local park. There are lots of activities you can do - go on a bird hunt and tick off all the birds that you can spot. Make a bird feeder. Complete a bar graph, recording how many times you see each type of bird - which bird do you see the most of?
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