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Amazing Me

This resource contains six activities that link to animals, including humans and cover aspects of working scientifically. These include:

  • observing changes over time using past and current photographs of themselves

  • looking for patterns between hand and foot size within their class

  • exploring sounds in the playground

  • sorting and classifying food items using their senses

  • planning a balanced picnic for guests

These activities have been provided by Hamilton Trust as part of their mixed age group science lessons.

The Hamilton website also hosts a wealth of other free resources.

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