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Minibeasts Planning

A collection of early years (EYFS) and key stage 1 (KS1) lesson plans and ideas relating to insects and minibeasts, ideal for using in your classroom or early years setting when looking at this ever popular topic.

If you have a lesson plan or activity that has worked well in your early years setting and you would like to share it with other practitioners then please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.


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Minibeasts STP Week 2 – How do minibeasts move?

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Minibeasts STP Week 3 – Do minibeasts make a noise?

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Minibeasts STP Week 4 – Which minibeasts flutter and fly?

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Minibeasts STP Week 5 – Why do spiders weave and spin webs?

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Minibeasts STP Week 6 – Which minibeast will you come as to our Ugly Bug Ball?

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Minibeasts STP Week 7

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Primary Learning Challenge Overview: Minibeasts

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RE Planning: Minibeasts, In The Garden, The Natural World, Animals, Our World


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