Animals including humans.
The children worked together to sort the foods into the most appropriate nutrient type.
Class 6 understood that all animals including humans can be dividing into those which have backbones (vertebrates) and those which do not (invertebrates).
We then grouped the animals according to which type of skeleton they have. An endoskeleton is a hardened internal skeleton. An exoskeleton is a hard external framework. A hydrostatic skeleton, or hydroskeleton, is a kind of skeleton that is composed of soft tissue filled with an incompressible fluid or gel-like substance.
The children identified the main bones which form the human skeleton.
The children labelled the skeleton using both the common bone names and the scientific bone names.
Making their own skeleton.