The Meadow as a Biotope

Indigenous Animals and Plants

This DVD offers an insight into the plants and animals typically found in the meadow biotope. In an easily comprehensible way, primary school pupils experience a small, exciting world where various kinds of animals and plants co-exist. The film aims at improving the children’s understanding of animals and at arousing their curiosity for plants and animals. The DVD covers the following aspects of the topic of “meadows”: Types of meadows (creation of a meadow, marshy meadows, dry meadows, wet meadows, fertilised meadows); plants of meadows (cowslips, buttercups, dandelions and many more); layers of the meadow and animal habitats (on plants, on and in the ground, etc.); interference with the diversity of species (effects of mowing and fertilising on the meadow); protection of the meadow (responsibility of humans for nature); use of meadow plants (in medicine, human diet).

  • Article no.: 4656530
  • Targetgroups: Sek I,GRU,FÖ
  • Length: 19:01 min
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