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  1. Using thinking maps with five year olds.

  2. Definition map of the beach.

  3. Definition map of a crab

  4. Part whole map of a crab

  5. Similarities and differences map

  6. Pictures of crabs

  7. Pictures of crabs

  8. Pictures of crabs

  9. Pictures of crabs

  10. Whole class writing about crabs and starfish.

  11. Writing about crabs and starfish. • A starfish. It’s mouth is on the bottom of it’s body. If you pull a leg off it will just grow back. • A starfish has legs called rays for walking sideways. It has a mouth in the middle. • A crab has eight legs. It lives under water. • A crab has eight legs. • A crab walks sideways. It has a hard shell to protect itself. It lives under rocks. • A starfish can crawl, it can grow another arm.

  12. Writing about crabs and starfish. • A starfish is swimming, a starfish is walking. It uses it’s legs for moving. • A starfish can walk, a starfish can eat. • A crab has eight legs and a hard shell. • A starfish looks like a star, it lives in rockpools.