Hello Year 2, your next science lesson is below!
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So far in this topic, we’ve learned about animals and their babies. They often look very similar. Babies grow and one day become adults. The longer your bones grow and the stronger your muscles become, the faster you are. Except when you become elderly, your muscles get weaker so you begin to slow down.
*An adult is able to reproduce. This means they can make babies.
*Elderly people will go grey and their skin becomes wrinkly.
*One way humans stay healthy is by exercising. This makes our heart muscle stronger, so it can do its job of pumping blood around the body better.
How else can humans stay healthy? Watch this video.
This video and more learning can be found following this link:
I want you to click on the link and learn about the different food types. You can listen to information about each food.
Tell me what you’ve learned from the BBC Bitesize lesson in the comments!
Using a blank piece of paper, be artistic but also make sure you write important information to tell children at West Green to wash their hands.
You also need to write why it’s important to wash your hands. If you’re not sure why it’s important, make sure you watch the video again!
If your design is tremendous, maybe Mary or Jenny will decide to copy it lots of times and stick it up around the school?
Send your posters to email@example.com
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