This helps pupils to understand the process of metamorphosis and how this process affects an organism’s life cycle, and includes ideas for outdoor activities. (CfE Levels 1&2).
This helps pupils to investigate the defensive strategies adopted by invertebrates, and how this affects their appearance, behaviour and habitat. Outdoor activities explore colour and camouflage (CfE Level 2).
This lesson pack guides pupils through different groups of invertebrates and what functions they carry out within the habitats they live in that help the environment. It includes different activities for pupils to build artificial invertebrate habitats that will help encourage invertebrates into urban spaces. (CfE Levels 1&2).
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The natural heritage of the Cairngorms creates ‘outstanding opportunities for outdoor learning’. In the plan, Priority Project 6 (pp. 38-41) describes opportunities for Learning and Inclusion. This identifies opportunities to expand outdoor learning to the wider community, sustain and expand programmes like the John Muir Award and Junior Ranger Programmes,…