Science KS1 / KS2: Frogs in their habitat

The wonder of different frogs moving around their habitat.

We see them move and interact with their surroundings, climbing trees, jumping in slow motion and feeding.

This is from the series: Wonders of Nature

Teacher Notes

This clip could be used in the classroom or in an assembly as a way of starting a conversation or as inspiration for artwork, poems or stories.

Questions and tasks could include: "What did you learn about frogs from this film? How would you describe them?

What is special about them?" Can you describe some of the places where the frogs in this clip live?

Imagine you are a frog. "Where would you go to find food? What would life be like as a frog?"

Write a story imagining you are a frog describing what happens in your day.

Curriculum Notes

This clip will be relevant for teaching Science and Geography. This topic appears in KS1 and KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and Early and First level and Second Level in Scotland.

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