Monday, 24 October 2016

Animals... what are they???

Some Year One children have written this post for our learning community they want your help with their science learning.

In science we are talking about animals. There are birds, reptiles, fish, amphibians and mammals.

These are some things we have learnt...
The reptiles are cold blooded and they lay eggs and they sometimes hunt for their prey. - Kingston
Mammals are warm blooded. - Jessica
Crocodiles have sharp teeth and they are looking for things that are meat. - Mansour
Fish suck up water in their gills and there is little bits of air in the water for them to breathe. - Celine T
Birds have feathers and they lay eggs and they have a beak. - Malak

Can you help us with our science learning by telling us examples of a mammal, fish, bird, reptile and amphibians? We want to draw these in our science books.


  1. Hello Larks! Can you draw a bear, a chicken or a lizard?

  2. Hello Larks! In what category would you put...

    - a bear
    - a chicken
    - a lizard

    Can you draw them?