Module 4: Interdependence

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These activities, produced by the Charles Darwin Trust, help children to understand how living things interact and influence each other. Children make observations of living things in their habitat and consider how their life cycles are interdependent.

These activities encourage children to:
* Consider why it is important to collect data to answer questions
* Observe plants and animals in a specific habitat
* Focus on specific minibeast and plant relationships
* Make links between life processes in familiar animals and plants and the environments in which they are found
* Think about food chains and feeding relationships

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