Discover the wonderful world of animal senses and learn how they use them to feed, communicate and survive.
In this interactive session students will explore sight, smell, hearing and touch in both animals and humans. Animal biofacts such as skulls, skins, teeth and feathers are examined, giving children a fun, sensory experience. Get your best animal impressions at the ready – teachers too!
- To be able to identify body parts and their function
- To recognise varying animal species
- To identify various adaptations and animal features which have aided their survival
*Please note - sessions involve no direct contact with animals
Curriculum for Excellence
“I can identify my senses and use them to explore the world around me.” SCN 0-12a
“I recognise that we have similarities and differences but are all unique.” HWB 0-47a
"I make decisions and take responsibility in my everyday experiences and play, showing consideration for others." SOC 0-17a