World of snakes
The students are introduced to biology concepts and learn about the world of snakes. Then, learn about their unique characteristics and identify their differences from other reptiles. Finally, students create colourful dancing snakes.
Introduction of the biological traits.
Compare and conclude reptiles.
Developing students’ creativity.
Suggested age group
Fields in S.T.E.A.M.
One colour marker
Pisces from old coloured cardboard
Twine or rope
The students are requested to describe a snake. Then, they identify the snake's characteristics compared to other animals they know.
By observing the snake’s movement, the students learn that it belongs to the category of animals that crawl (reptiles).
The students compare two reptiles, a lizard and a snake. They then identify the similarities and differences between them. Finally, they present other information about the variety of snakes' colours and the poison they secrete.
Create your spiral construction using the collage technique.
After you have finished your creation, students can play with the colourful dancing snakes by watching the spiralling movement.