What do you think we will find in this picture, I wonder? Click on the bricks or the pot to find out!
Snails are found in the Mollusc group Snails have just 1 body part but live in a protective shell. This is used to defend against predators. Snails have NO LEGS! So how do they move? They have lots of muscles underneath which they push themselves with, although they can’t move very fast and wouldn’t be much good in a race Click on the snail to learn how to draw it
In the mud under the pot lies… The common earthworm is in the Oligochaeta group. They are very good for the soil as they brings nutrients to the surface. Woodlice have 14 legs and a hard grey shell. Woodlice are found in the arthropoda group They like to live in dark moist places Woodlice Worms Click to see videos of the woodlice and the worm
http://www.rspb.org.uk/wil dlife/birdguide/name/w/wr yneck/index.asp Try this sight to learn about the endangered wryneck http://www.gardensafari.ne t/english/birds.htm Check out the photos on this site and see if you can spot any in the garden There are about 10,000 different types of birds. Some are flightless and some live in trees or rocks. They have one pair of legs and one pair of wings.