I can ask simple scientific questions.
I can use simple equipment to make observations.
I can carry out simple tests.
I can identify and classify things.
I can suggest what I have found out.
I can use simple data to answer questions
I can name a variety of common wild and garden plants.
I can name the petals, stem, leaf and root of a plant.
I can name the roots, trunk, branches and leaves of a tree.
Animals, including humans
I can name a variety of animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles birds and mammals.
I can classify and name animals by what they eat (carnivore, herbivore and omnivore).
I can sort animals into categories (including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals).
I can sort living and non-living things.
I can name the parts of the human body that I can see.
I can link the correct part of the human body to each sense.
I can distinguish between an object and the material it is made from.
I can explain the materials that an object is made from.
I can name wood, plastic, glass, metal, water and rock.
I can describe the properties of everyday materials.
I can group objects based on the materials they are made from.
I can observe and comment on changes in the seasons.
I can name the seasons and suggest the type of weather in each season.