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CLIP 10329

Foxes and how to spot them

Foxes and how to spot them
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Key Info
  • Foxes and how to spot them
  • Duration: 01:01
  • Foxes have reddy-brown fur with white underneath. They have a bushy tail called a brush which is used for balance, to keep them warm in cold weather and to wave at other foxes! During the day foxes live in a den; they are most lively in the evenings and at night. They eat insects, earthworms, birds and scraps left by humans. This Green Balloon Club clip is published as part of the CBeebies website. For more clips and resources from the programme go to bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/greenballoonclub/watch/spots/. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
  • Subject:

    Early Years Foundation

       Topic:

    Knowledge and Understanding: Exploration and Investigation

  • Keywords: fox, brush, tail, den, wood, habitat, environment, animals, seasons, cbeebies
Ideas for use in class
  • A useful clip for learning about foxes and wildlife. Would be suitable for KS1 Science - Living things and their environment.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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