Learning From the News - Injured Seal Pups

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This video, about measuring the weight of injured seal pups, can be used as a classroom resource for Key Stage 2 maths lessons on measurements and number sentences.

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The injured, underweight seal pups in a Norfolk wildlife sanctuary must weigh 35 kilos before they can be released back into the wild. But often they come into the sanctuary weighing less than they did when they were born.

Pupils in Year 4 and Year 5 will be able to use this video to help them learn more about measurements and number sentences.

This primary classroom resource is designed to be used as part of the accompanying lesson plan, created for Teachers TV, which includes activities and extension tasks based on this topic.

 
 

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