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Module 3: The Struggle for Life

Produced by the Charles Darwin Trust, these materials help children to think about how living things need to compete to be able to grow and survive.

The activities look at:
* How Darwin worked
* Scientific enquiry
* Working with living organisms in their habitats
* Asking questions that can be answered by observing and recording evidence
* Working independently and in groups to show the evidence collected

The materials address curriculum areas around food chains, the variety of life and living things in their environment.

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