Lower Key Stage 2: Year 3 – How Animals Find Food

Finding food can be tough in the wild, so squirrels choose to hide some for a rainy day.This school session asks the question ‘How do Animals find their food?’.

Whilst answering this question by looking at different adaptations that wild British animals have to find enough food, we’ll observe everything from berry eating blackbirds to wood-eating woodlice!

In ‘How Animals Find Food’ we’ll cover:

  • Adaptations of wild animals for finding food
  • Mathematics to estimate how much food each animal in one area needs
  • What defences do animals have against predators – skeleton, muscles etc

Our school nature walks run for approximately one hour and can take place within the school grounds or further a field in surrounding countryside.

Based in Bolton, we travel to primary schools right across the North West. For details on our other Key Stage 2 walks, click here.

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Phone: 07505 149 582

Take care and remember, stay on the wild side!