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Scientists sort all living things into groups. This kind of sorting is called classification. The members of each group have special things in common. We say that they share special characteristics. SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show
mammals We are mammals and so are dogs. What other animals are mammals and why are they called mammals? mammals SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show
National Curriculum Science: Sc2 Life processes and living things NC OOS Science 4a 4b. WALT: Describe similarities and differences between humans and other animals. Recap and remind children that living things can be sorted into Plants and Animals. What category do humans fit into? Why? Explain that the animals category can be sorted into further categories and that the main six are: mammals, birds, insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles. Use Classification PPTs to explain this. How are humans different to insects/birds/fish/reptiles/amphibians? Children discuss with a talk partner/write ideas on whiteboard then feedback. Others agree/disagree using thumbs up/down. Teacher to write ideas on board. Repeat with other categories.
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