Scientists need to ask questions to help them with their investigations.
Today we are going to think about questions that we would like to find the answers to. We are going to find out what we can do at different ages as we grow up.
First I would like you to use the attached 'Jamboard' and write two questions you could a mummy or daddy ask about what a baby needs or can do. (Hint: They need a parent to do lots for them!)
Think especially about: Eating / sleeping / moving / playing / talking
You have 15 minutes for this challenge.
Secondly, you are going to chat to a grown up to try and answer some of the questions that have been asked about when you were a baby.
Complete the table to compare the things that you can do and how they are different to what a baby can do. Think and explain HOW they are different.