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Going Places at Kamay – Virtual lesson on Zoom
During the lesson Stage 1 students will:
- Identify human and natural features of a garden through story and pictures.
- Show how we take care of plants and places.
- Notice human and natural features at Kamay Botany Bay National Park with Google Earth.
- Design a fantasy garden with human and natural features.
- Create a nature map of their fantasy garden using natural materials.
This lesson explores concepts and practices through a variety of educational, fun, and hands-on activities, using an interactive platform with Environmental Education teachers
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Kamay Botany Bay Environmental Education Centre
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Technology and Materials Requirements
The virtual lesson will be via Zoom. Once the booking is confirmed a link to Zoom will be sent.
Teachers will need a whiteboard, laptop, webcam or tablet to access the Zoom lesson.
Students will need A3 paper to design and draw a map in groups. They will need crayons and pencils.
Students will need several sticks, rocks, leaves, and other natural materials to create the nature map.
Other materials such as wooden blocks, pencils, crayons, recycled paper, and rulers can be used if natural materials are not available.
Students can work in small groups of 2-6 to design and draw their fantasy garden.
Students can stay in their group to create a nature map of their fantasy garden.