Subject focus: Habitats, Environmental Change and Human Impact on Animal Populations
Designed for Key Stage 2
In this practical whole-class STEM project, the Department of Roads needs students help to ensure animals can cross a new road safely. Primary learners explore habitats, animal populations and road crossings as they design a wildlife corridor to reduce casualties!
- Develops problem-solving, teamwork and creative thinking skills
- Explores animal characteristics including habitats and ranges
- Encourages investigation of animal crossings and wildlife in danger from road accidents
- Teaches about engineering design solutions used to protect different species
- Students will design a wildlife crossing in accordance to criteria and constraints
- Children will prototype, test and adapt designs within budget
Project kit features six hands-on activities and includes everything needed to start teaching, straight from the box:
- A detailed Teacher’s Guide
- Six Student Activity Books
Photocopiable worksheets and home links activities
- The materials for 30 students
- Assessment tools.
Recommended for ages: 7 - 11 years
What's in the Box?
Provides everything needed to start teaching, right out of the box:
- 1 teacher guide
- 6 student activity guides
- 6 sets of Wildlife Crossings Game game mats and game cards
- 6 sets of 4 range maps
- 2 Animal Movement Simulators with full and partial wedges and animal tokens
- 1 roll of tape
- 400 transparent chips
- 50 sheets of construction paper
- 100 large paper clips
- 12 plastic bags
- 10 tape measures
- stored within a sturdy Gratnells tray.
Gratnells Tray measures 15cm H
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- 1 Year Limited Warranty
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