Adaptations in Science

Year 5 students have been learning about adaptations in Science, and how they help animals and plants survive and thrive in the wild.

The girls researched their own animal or plant and learnt about its adaptations. These were then turned into very detailed and beautifully decorated posters showing off their work. 

I did the peacock for my information report. They have very long tails that can grow up to 1-6m long and the female peacock picks the male peacock that has the most eyes on his tail. I liked this task because it was really interesting, and I learnt a lot about the peacock. I’m proud of how good my poster looks because it’s all even and is nicely decorated. Chloe Wildisen 5.3

This task was fun, and I loved decorating my poster. I haven’t drawn a panda before, and it turned out really good. I’ve learnt that pandas eat other foods, not just bamboo. When they’re in the zoo, they sometimes eat fruit and vegetables. Caitlyn Drury 5.2

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