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Our science topic is teeth.
Monday 1st March
Comparing Teeth (1)
This week we are going to compare the teeth of different creatures.
The type of teeth that an animal has will also depend on the type of food that an animal eats. Read the chart below.
Watch the video below "how teeth help animals to eat" to find out more about how teeth help animals to eat.
Task – Guess the Animal Quiz
Can you tell if the animal is a herbivore, carnivore or omnivore by looking at their teeth?
Click on the PowerPoint document below to access the quiz.
Friday 5th March
Comparing teeth (2)
Today we will continue to compare the teeth of herbivores, carnivores and omnivores, then we will try to find some similarities and differences between them.
Watch the video below.
Complete the worksheet below by clicking on the word document. The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the work.
This week we will look at the types of teeth and what each of them are used for.
There are 4 main types of teeth. These are called incisors, canines, premolars and molars.
Watch the you tube video to find out more.
Now that you know a bit more about teeth, have a look at the PowerPoint presentation, then complete the worksheet. The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the work.
Friday 29th January
Inside the tooth
Did you know that the part of our teeth you can see is called a crown? Watch the you tube video to find out more.
Use the information from the video, plus the diagram below to complete the worksheet.
How good at drawing are you? If you would like to have a go at drawing a tooth, watch this video. Pause it at different stages. Become an expert! Remember to send in your drawings! Have your pencil and paper ready.