This term the principal focus of science teaching has been to encourage children to experience and observe the world around them. The children were taught about the basic needs of survival for animals and human beings. They were introduced to the topic of reproduction and growth. They made careful observations of how animals and human beings have off springs that grow into adults. Our students also explored and compared the differences between various habitats. They studied a variety of plants and animals within the habitats and observed how living things depend on each other. During lessons they asked curious questions, used scientific vocabulary and worked scientifically by conducting simple experiments.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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