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Habitats
Use this lesson to learn all about habitats. Where animals live and why, and what creatures may live in a few different places. Use the cut out's to encourage the children to place the animals where they think that they live, and discuss why they would live there.
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Creatures – Images
Print off the images of creatures and place them around the table. Use the creatures with the places print off to match the creatures to their correct habitat.
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Habitat – Labels
Print off the labels. Encourage the children to match the labels to the places, and think about why they placed the labels where they did.
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Habitat – Images
Print off the places and encourage the children to place the creatures in their habitats. Look at the different places and think about what creatures would live there and why.
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Let’s learn about habitats
Use the presentation to teach the children about what a habitat is. Also introduce different types of habitats and some of the creatures that live in those places.
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Friendship mind map
Use the mind map to think about what it means to be a good friend. Encourage the children to work in pairs or small groups to fill the whole sheet with ideas and pictures.
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My friend template
Use the template for the children to think about one of their friends. Encourage them to think of 3 reasons why that person is a good friend to them and how they make them feel.
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Sorting friendship qualities
Use this template to think about the top 5 qualities that make a good friend. Encourage the children to think about what is important to them. This may be different for each child - there is no right or wrong answer.
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