The Primary 4 of the Biggies were out cleaning the Wild Flower Garden in the front of the school (it is not a weed patch).
When we finish we will sow more seeds in November.
Yesterday we went to Dow’s Wood with Mr & Mrs Carter. We found many signs of autumn, seeds, plants and signs of wildlife.
The Children have written a little about their finds, click the thumbnails to read more.
We had another visit to Dow’s wood today.
Our tasks were:
We cut kindling, and made fire bricks out of newspaper.
We had a fire queen and king controlling the movement in the fire circle.
We learnt to be safe with fire and knives.
We found out how to use a burn kit (we did not need it).
We had to cooperate to cut the kindling and to keep safe around the fire.
We had to be responsible for our own and others safety.
We had a safe and good time, mostly burning our marshmallows.
Post text provided by the Biggies.
Yesterday the Banton Biggies went down to Dow’s wood in groups, we did three challenges. The first one we had to find signs of spring, the second challenge we had to find nouns and write as many adjectives for them and the third challenge was to find symmetrical things and make a symmetrical pattern.
For signs of spring we looked around the area and found: daffodils, buds, 3 species of bee, and other things.
While we were looking for them we went over to the big rocks and started our next challenge and we went to find nouns in our groups. When we all finished we met up at the rocks. We walked all the way to ‘the school wood’. For the last challenge we done some symmetry for maths. After we walked back to school.
Things we saw
• Earwig eggs
Signs we saw and heard
• A woodpecker pecking
• Rabbit fur
• Seeds that have been eaten
A bit of outdoor learning. We took out, literacy, maths and IDL down to the woods today.
Kilbowie Day 3 another Great day.
Davyid and Jack had another amazing day, you can listen to them above. They did Banton proud, joining in and succeeding at all the tasks, making friends and working with others.
And a Couple of Crash Gifs:
We were inspired by A garden alive with art: all-natural insect sculptures to make our own bugs: