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A pack of six nylon mesh pond nets designed for educational pond dipping and observation activities.

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Durable Design

Designed for durability and ease of use, each net in this pack comes with a sturdy plastic-coated wire handle, making it ideal for regular educational use in exploring pond ecosystems.

Curriculum Support

This pack meets Science curriculum requirements for Year 1, Year 2, and Year 5, encompassing topics from habitats and animal identification to the life processes of plants and animals.

Safe Observation

Constructed from durable nylon mesh, these nets ensure gentle handling and observation of pond life, mirroring our commitment to quality and ethical environmental interactions.

Outdoor Learning

Ideal for outdoor learning activities, these nets encourage children to engage with nature, enhancing their understanding of ecosystems and biodiversity.

Year 5 Science Aims

Facilitates Year Five Science aims by allowing children to describe the life process of reproduction in some plants and animals found in pond environments.

Small Mesh Pond Nets

A pack of six nylon mesh pond nets designed for educational pond dipping and observation activities.

Overview

  • Unlock the wonders of pond ecosystems with this pack of six nylon mesh pond nets, specifically designed to support Key Stage 2 Science curriculum objectives. Engage children in practical, hands-on learning experiences as they explore the delicate balance of life in freshwater habitats.

  • These pond nets offer the perfect tool for Year 5 pupils to delve into the reproductive processes of various pond-dwelling plants and animals, fostering a deeper understanding of living organisms and their environments. Through these interactive lessons, children gain invaluable insights into the interconnectedness of ecosystems.

  • Furthermore, the curriculum relevance extends to Year 1 and Year 2, where pupils can identify and name common animals, highlighting the significance of biodiversity. This encourages a foundational respect for all forms of life and the various habitats they occupy, aligning with the aim to educate on the importance of ecosystems and the role humans play in preserving them.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 5, Living Things & their Habitats

Describe the life process of reproduction in some plants and animals.

Science, Year 1, Animals, including Humans

Identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Science, Year 2, Living Things & their Habitats

Identify that most living things live in habitats to which they are suited and describe how habitats provide for the basic needs of different of animals and plants, and how they depend on each other.

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