Properties and Changes of Materials Autumn Term 2
Our new Science topic is all about materials and their properties. You will be learning new vocabulary to describe different materials and their properties. You will also be finding out about how materials can change state through a series of practical investigations. Click on the lessons below to access your home learning tasks.
Evolution and Inheritance
This term you will be learning all about evolution and inheritance. You will learn about some of the characteristics that humans, plants and animals inherit from their parents and those that are developed due to environment, exploring how animals and plants adapt to their surroundings. You will learn about Scientific theories that have been developed by Scientists such as Charles Darwin as well as learning more about how fossils provide evidence of living things changing over time.
The lessons below are adapted for home learning and you should only complete the tasks if asked to do so by your teacher.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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