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Mammals final activity. Please look at the pictures and answer the question in your home learning book.

Use this poster to remind you what the main characteristics of mammals are. Could you draw your own poster?

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Week 11-5-20 to 15-5-20: Mammals. Please create your own mammal in the form of a collage. Your mammal must have hair and teeth but be very different from any other animal we have seen before. You can write sentences describing your new mammal and give it a name. Below is a collage of a lion using newspaper cuttings to inspire you. All you need is scissors, glue and paper which can be from an old magazine or newspaper. Have fun!

Watch this video to learn the basic characteristics of mammals.

Most mammals have teeth. Most mammals have hair or fur. Most mammals care for their babies. Mammals usually feed milk to their babies and they grow inside their mum's body before being born thorough a live birth. Can you name some mammals you saw in this video? Write them down in your home learning book.

Mammals - Activity 2. Look at each picture and say the name of each animal. Which ones are mammals? Which animals have hair or fur? Which ones give milk to their young? Which of these animals have teeth? Draw and label all the mammals from this picture in your home learning book.

Mammals - Activity 1. Please ask an adult to copy these sentences for you in your learning book. Then the adult can help you read and complete the gaps with the correct words. The video about mammals should help you complete this activity.

4.5.20 Video about Living and Non-living Things

Science Activity 1

What you already know and what would you like to know about animals?