With the summer holidays fast approaching, we decided to create this ‘fishy’ display! We all really enjoyed taking part in the Something Fishy programme and learned so many new and interesting things. As a memento of our work on this
In pairs we wrote reports about the seahorse, another sea creature with an fascinating life cycle. Afterwards we took one interesting fact from each report and put them together to create a poster. We also painted seahorses in watercolour.
We created these ‘salmon of knowledge’ to show what we had learned about this fascinating sea creature.
Owen and his helpers came to our school and showed us fish and some cool insects. Owen was telling us about some types of fish like salmon, pike and different insects. We all used mircoscopes which was great fun- we
We were shocked when we found out how little available fresh water there is on the entire planet. We then decided to make posters to raise awareness on steps we can take to prevent our precious water being wasted.
We loved getting to see the salmon at the different stages of its life during the Something Fishy visit to our classroom. Some of us even got to touch them! We are amazed that a fish of this size can
Here is some of the posters we made after learning all about the water cycle. Making the posters helped us to get a better picture in our heads of what actually happens to the water around us!
After we learned about the life cycle of the salmon we created these leaping salmon.
We have been learning about the life cycle of the salmon and were particularly fascinated by the fact that after spending a few years in the sea it attempts to return to the very stream where it was born. This