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Science - Summer Term

This term we would have been learning all about plants.  We would be identifying common wild and garden plants, including deciduous and evergreen trees.   We would also have been growing our own sunflower. 



1.   identify and name a variety of common wild and garden plants, including deciduous and evergreen trees

2.   identify and describe the basic structure of a variety of common flowering plants, including trees.



Key vocabulary

Leaf, flower, blossom, petal, fruit, berry, root, seed, trunk, branch, stem, bark, stalk, bud

Names of trees in the local areaNames of garden and wild flowering plants in the local area


It would be lovely if you could plant your own seed and grow your own plant at home.  I would love to see photos of you planting your seeds and of your plants growing, remember what they need to grow and remember to look after them.


If you are going on a walk for your daily exercise, see if you can spot some common plants, flowers and trees- or if you have a garden you may find some of them hiding out there.  Again, I would love to see your photos, either tweet them or email them to me.


Summer Flower Hunt Activity for Kids!

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Plants and flower hunt sheet

Twinkl Go! - Quick Facts: Evergreen and Deciduous Trees Video

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