In this unit we shared with children the story about how 248 million years ago, the continents looked a little different. The continents where all together like a one big supercontinent, called Pangaea.
Pangaea was home to first dinosaurs and mammals. Over time the continents split and became what is now, the seven continents.
This month, every week we learnt about one or two different continents. Each week we learnt about the biomes in that continent and the animals that live in that continent. When we got to Antarctica we did some fun science experiments with ice.
This whole month, children did a lot of sewing work. Some did sewing of the entire world map and some did sewing of each individual continent and made a booklet. It was real fun to share with Children folk tales and stories from each continent. They really enjoyed these stories from all over the world.
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