Classification- Stem Centre
Website Aimed at primary learners, this resource provides a lesson which links to the classification of plants and animals. Based around a series of captivating educational films, it looks at the reasons why we classify living things and how we classify them.
Classification - Discovering Galapagos
Website Teach students how to classify Galapagos animals and plants into groups of similar organisms, using keys. This section explains how taxonomic keys can be used to classify living organisms.
Carl Linneus-Linnean Society
Website
Carl Linnaeus was a Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist. He is often called the father of modern taxonomy, as he developed the scheme of binomial nomenclature. Fact sheet.
Classification-Hamilton Trust planning- free
Website
Classification
Explain that there are about 9 million different living things on Earth and discuss why is it useful to classify them to aid identification. Make children aware of the importance of careful observations of living things. Look at recently discovered species.
Classification and Adaptation- TES

Classification and Adaptation- TES

Website Huge set of resources from the TES
Variation and classification – BBC Learning Zone

Variation and classification – BBC Learning Zone

Video Variation and classification videos from BBC Learning Zone
Living Things: National Stem Centre

Living Things: National Stem Centre

Website This list consists of lesson plans, activities and video clips to support the teaching of all living things in Year Six. It contains tips on using the resources, suggestions for further use and background subject knowledge. Possible misconceptions are highlighted so that teachers may plan lessons to facilitate correct conceptual understanding.
Living Things – Planning- Hamilton Trust

Living Things – Planning- Hamilton Trust

Lesson Brilliant new curriculum resources/ planning from Hamilton Trust
Classification- TES

Classification- TES

Resource This worksheet sets pupils four tasks based on how both vertebrates and invertebrates are classified into taxonomic groups. It involves a mixture of answering questions, sorting statements and researching.
Classification: Keys

Classification: Keys

Resource TES: Keys to classify living organisms. Cards with descriptions and features.
Classification- Invertebrate or vertebrate?

Classification- Invertebrate or vertebrate?

Resource TES: Interactive PowerPoint using clipart and photos of x-rays to find out whether certain animals are vertebrates or invertebrates.
Classification- Vertebrates

Classification- Vertebrates

Lesson TES: Simple set of cards showing a number of animals from each of the main vertebrate groups. For differentiation, it is possible to print a reverse to each card showing the main features of each animal to allow quick classification
Classification-Primary Resources

Classification-Primary Resources

Website Classification resources from Primary Resources
Classification- Stem Centre
Website Aimed at primary learners, this resource provides a lesson which links to the classification of plants and animals. Based around a series of captivating educational films, it looks at the reasons why we classify living things and how we classify them.
Classification - Discovering Galapagos
Website Teach students how to classify Galapagos animals and plants into groups of similar organisms, using keys. This section explains how taxonomic keys can be used to classify living organisms.
Carl Linneus-Linnean Society
Website
Carl Linnaeus was a Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist. He is often called the father of modern taxonomy, as he developed the scheme of binomial nomenclature. Fact sheet.
Classification-Hamilton Trust planning- free
Website
Classification
Explain that there are about 9 million different living things on Earth and discuss why is it useful to classify them to aid identification. Make children aware of the importance of careful observations of living things. Look at recently discovered species.
Classification and Adaptation- TES

Classification and Adaptation- TES

Website Huge set of resources from the TES
Variation and classification – BBC Learning Zone

Variation and classification – BBC Learning Zone

Video Variation and classification videos from BBC Learning Zone
Living Things: National Stem Centre

Living Things: National Stem Centre

Website This list consists of lesson plans, activities and video clips to support the teaching of all living things in Year Six. It contains tips on using the resources, suggestions for further use and background subject knowledge. Possible misconceptions are highlighted so that teachers may plan lessons to facilitate correct conceptual understanding.
Living Things – Planning- Hamilton Trust

Living Things – Planning- Hamilton Trust

Lesson Brilliant new curriculum resources/ planning from Hamilton Trust
Classification- TES

Classification- TES

Resource This worksheet sets pupils four tasks based on how both vertebrates and invertebrates are classified into taxonomic groups. It involves a mixture of answering questions, sorting statements and researching.
Classification: Keys

Classification: Keys

Resource TES: Keys to classify living organisms. Cards with descriptions and features.
Classification- Invertebrate or vertebrate?

Classification- Invertebrate or vertebrate?

Resource TES: Interactive PowerPoint using clipart and photos of x-rays to find out whether certain animals are vertebrates or invertebrates.
Classification- Vertebrates

Classification- Vertebrates

Lesson TES: Simple set of cards showing a number of animals from each of the main vertebrate groups. For differentiation, it is possible to print a reverse to each card showing the main features of each animal to allow quick classification
Classification-Primary Resources

Classification-Primary Resources

Website Classification resources from Primary Resources