Living things & the processes of life - Interaction of living things with their environment - Introducing living things - G2
Development of Target


LT-A3.3 Give some example of seasonal changes that take place in the appearance of plants

 If you find it difficult to remember, you can use supporting literature, including the dissertation discussion chapter, so that your examples are convincing and accurate.

1 Pupils could prepare a nature calendar or diary noting the changes which take place each season. Encourage pupils to include animals and plants e.g. baby animals in Spring.
2 Discuss large posters of seasonal scenes. Include change of coat colour in animals, increase of thickness in coat, moulting etc. Include these in the calendar.
3 Collect leaves, seeds, flowers etc. and add them to the calendar.