Currently the first and second graders are undergoing an inquiry unit titled Animal Changes.
Currently we are learning about the growth of chickens to understand how a chick needs a variety of help for it to develop into a healthy chicken.
Continuing on from last week, we did a mini science experiment to see what happens to an egg that is kept in vingar for three days. Students are learning to collect data by using observations and recording it onto paper.
We can’t wait to go and visit the chicken farm this Friday to go and collect fertilized eggs to use for our incubation box!
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Experience nature at night – you can’t see anything but you can listen (all senses are concentrated […]
Setting up traps is a nature skill. It’s take patience and practice!
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