Data collection/handling is the focus in this section and you will also be placing the data into different tables and charts. These activities develop your trust, cooperation, patience, teamwork, and the ability to take information and place it into a graph, chart, or table.
What’s Under Here?
Have you ever wondered what lives under logs and leaves? The aim of what's under here is to combine nature and graphs.
Spikey by Nature
'Spikey by nature' is a joyful outdoor activity suitable for young children of all abilities. The aim of spikey by nature is to collect many different types of leaves and count their spikes.
'Leafy leaves' is a great way of collecting all different types of leaves and really looking and understanding them. The aim of leafy leaves is to combine nature and graphs.
Everyone gets hungry, even bugs, so why not try and help them with their food shop. The aim of hungry creatures is to work out how much food to give to the creatures within the area your looking.
'Rehoming creatures' is a focused group of activities that priorities on firstly finding out who needs helping and then focusing our efforts in building the homes. If you are looking for unique ways to engage yourself and other surrounding data collection then this section is where you should start.