Habitats or Microhabitats

Zircon children went searching for microhabitats around the school. They found out that in large habitats there are also small living places called microhabitats.

In their learning walk they discovered different types of habitats, but they also spotted different creatures living in it.

Zircon children also learnt new vocabulary like:

Microhabitats: micro from the Ancient Greek language means ‘small’;

Predators: animals that eat other animals;

Preys: animals eaten by predators;

Woodlice: an insect that live around or under wood.

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