Games and drama

Learning objective

Oh Deer!
To make links between life processes in deer and the environment in which they are found

Deadly Links
To use food chains to show feeding relationships in a habitat

To understand how bats have adapted to catch their prey (moths)

To understand the roles within a plant used for nutrition and respiration


During this 1-hour session, children will get an opportunity to explore some different elements of the links between animals and their environment. Each activity takes the form of a game or drama. Teachers will be asked to select two or three for an hour session. Each of these activities can also be used as stand-alone activities when there is a short gap in the timetable.

Key information

One-hour session

This is available for Key Stage 2 children (an adapted version of Build-a-tree is available for Key Stage 1 children)

The key focus for this is – Environment