P.2a went on a visit to Pilrig Park on 31st October. We were met by Natalia, the Park Ranger. First she took us to the wild flower garden and we learned about pollination. Then she gave us a very important job to do to help wildlife in the park. We were asked to make a Bug Hotel to help keep insects warm and cosy during the cold winter months.
Here are the instructions for making one:-
We then pushed them into a hedge that is in a sunny position. We hope the bugs have crawled inside and are having a lovely time!!
P.2a visited St. Mark’s Park on Wednesday 3rd October as part of our learning about Percy the Park Keeper. We saw lots of different trees; some with colourful leaves, some with needles and some that had hardly any leaves at all.
We were so quiet going into the wooded area that we heard birds singing and even saw a grey squirrel scrambling up the branches of a tree!
It was great fun looking for different things to collect in our bags – pine cones, twigs, berries, bark… even feathers!
Guess what the best bit was… playing in the playground, of course! Oh, and making friends with a couple of cute dogs!!
What a great morning!
P.2a have been learning to count in twos to 20 and beyond.
They created drawings to show their understanding of this and to help explain it to others.