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Dec 14, 2007

Furs, feathers, Scales and Dinosaurs


Fur, feathers, scales and dinosaurs from Linton Zoological Gardens  
 
Using artifacts to teach children about animals 

Fur, feathers, scales and dinosaurs Development of this exciting, inspiring and interactive educational session started in 2001. It is pitched mainly at Infant and Junior school level and can be varied and adapted according to age and ability.

The Fur, Feathers, Scales and Dinosaurs session is provided as a free service for educational visits. Using some of our small zoo animals, the session cleverly and simply flows through a number of National Curriculum subjects bringing learning to life. 
 

Developed by:  Linton Zoological Gardens



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