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Project Packs

Project Pack

Complete activity packs with project sheets and all the necessary programs and printed materials for outdoor investigations. All of our project packs are linked to the national curriculum. Project packs offer a significant saving over separate purchases of the CDís, guides and pocket packs, plus you receive the printed project and activity sheets.

Project Pack 1. Land Invertebrates

Complete activity pack including

  • Invertebrates UK CD (One 3 user licence)
  • 5 Gatekeeper Guides - Guide to identifying Land invertebrates
  • 1 Pocket Pack
  • Six printed project and activity sheets

Project 1. Invertebrates in leaf litter. Recognising that there are different kinds of animals in the local environment.
Project 2. Sorting Invertebrates. Recognising that living things can be grouped by their observable similarities and differences.
Project 3. Invertebrates in a light or dark habitat. Recognising that different plants and animals are found in different habitats.
Project 4. Measuring differences within habitats. To use simple apparatus and equipment and make careful observations and measurements.
Project 5. Estimating abundance of invertebrates. To make comparisons and to identify trends or patterns in results and use results to draw conclusions.
Project 6. Invertebrates across the Curriculum: Art a) To observe and understand differences and similarities in structure b) Understanding the relationship between plants and animals in food chains and webs.

     

Project Pack 2. Water Invertebrates

Complete activity pack including

  • Pondlife UK CD (One 3 user licence)
  • 5 Gatekeeper Guides - Guide to identifying Freshwater invertebrates
  • 1 Pocket Pack
  • Six printed project and activity sheets

Project 1. Creatures in the pond. Recognising that there are different kinds of animals in the local environment.
Project 2. Sorting pond creatures. Recognising that living things can be grouped by their observable similarities and differences.
Project 3. What do I eat? Recognising that all living things, both plants and animals, need food in order to live.
Project 4. What helps me swim? Recognising that animals are especially adapted to order to live successfully in their habitat.
Project 5. Estimating abundance of water creatures. To make comparisons and to identify trends or patterns in results and use results to draw conclusions.
Project 6. Freshwater Invertebrates across the Curriculum: Art
   a) To develop an understanding of the aquatic food web.
   b) To strengthen the knowledge acquired about the similarities and differences in the structure of various species.

     

Project Pack 3. Trees and Shrubs

Complete activity pack including

  • Trees UK CD (One 3 user licence)
  • Six Gatekeeper Guides - Key to Identifying Trees and Shrubs
  • Six Gatekeeper Guides - Key to Identifying Dispersal of Fruits and Seeds
  • Six printed project and activity sheets

Project 1. Matching leaf shape to the tree. Recognising that different trees have different leaf shapes.
Project 2. Sorting leaves using a Key. Recognising that leaves can be grouped by their observable similarities and differences.
Project 3. Discovering different fruits. Recognising that different trees produce different types of fruit.
Project 4. Matching fruits to the method of dispersal. Recognising that fruits are especially adapted to order to be successfully dispersed.
Project 5. Matching trees to their leaves and fruit. To make comparisons between leaf shape and fruits and match them to the species of tree.
Project 6. Label the Horse Chestnut tree. To develop an understanding of the structure and parts of a tree.