EYFS How Fish Breathe Science Experiment and Prompt Card Pack

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A lovely science experiment, suitable for use in the early years! The experiment is designed to get children thinking about breathing and taking oxygen out of the water. The experiment is a simple filtering demonstration. It contains details of what you will need, along with step-by-step instructions on how to carry it out. There is also a prompt card to promote discussion and exploration.

    EYFS How Fish Breathe Science Experiment and Prompt Card Pack contains:
    • Science Experiment [PDF]
    • Science Experiment Prompt Card Editable [DOC]
    • Science Experiment Prompt Card [PDF]

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