A playful approach to understanding how some trees use animals to disperse their seeds.
An active game that develops understanding of adaptation, food chains and encourages number process work through play.
Use natural modelling materials to create a new species adapted to a habitat.
Design a nest to insulate a model hibernating dormouse.
Use a ball of string to show the connection between every living thing.
Ask questions about local invertebrates and plan investigations to find the answers.
Purposeful measuring in this enterprising way to use the seeds produced by the plants in your garden.
Explore how different areas of the school grounds are affected by weather and climate.
Identify the parts of a plant using real plant material rather than a worksheet.
Design your own experiments to see what plants need to grow well.
This guide aims to help both schools and grounds staff maintain school grounds for the benefit of children and pollinating ...
Polli:Nation was a project engaging 250 schools with learning about the importance of pollinators and transforming areas of school grounds ...
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