Thursday, 1 June 2017

Comparing and contrasting two birds found in New Zealand

This week I was really impressed with how the children in Room 17 were able to use their growing knowledge about birds in New Zealand to compare and contrast using a venn diagram. They used knowledge gained from their visit to the Botanic Gardens and from their research with Miss Bridgeman. On Thursday afternoon they investigated the structure and function of the feet and beaks of different birds. For homework they might want to design an imaginary bird and label its special beak and feet which are adapted for a special purpose. You can read their venn diagram information here. We welcome encouraging comments! from Mrs Robyns

1 comment:

  1. Just like people, birds have similarities and differences. You have all been doing lots of detailed research.