2 full lessons with worksheets, visual flipbook and lesson plans
1st Lesson: Air in Soil
Children should learn: • that soils have air within them • to recognise whether measurements need to be repeated • to use results to compare the amount of air trapped in different soils
Children will be able to: • state that soils have air within them • state why measurements need to be repeated • make comparisons between samples from a set of data
Task: Ask the children to investigate which soil they think will contain the most air and why?
2nd Lesson- Gases in our Environment
Children should learn: • that there are a number of common gases that are useful to us in our everyday lives
Children will be able to: • name a number of common gases • state how a number of common gases are used
Task:The sheet provides a framework for children to research and collect information about carbon dioxide from secondary sources. Once the information has been recorded in note form, it could be displayed in a leaflet or poster.
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