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For Science this week we are continuing with our learning about Trees and Identifying common trees and plants in our environment. Task 1 is to go for a local walk and tick off the trees when you see them. A wonderful idea given to me by a parent was to explore the local lanes and alley ways (safely) I did this myself and felt like I was on an adventure in a little secret garden/trail. I found places I'd never been to. If you fancy that as your tree walk then enjoy! NB can you recognise if these trees are deciduous or evergreen?

Now that you have spotted and identified the trees in our locality and our national trees please match the shadow, and leaf to the tree (Parents please chop up the matching cards before completing the task)

Art for this week - 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gExU54kVM0o Draw a tree with the Art Hub for kids 

 

Or / and 

Tree bark / leaf rubbings. 

Use crayons or pencils (held at an angle on their side) to create a rubbing. What is the same or different with your rubbings? What do you notice? Are there any patterns? Do they remind you of anything? Can you create a pattern with the colours or effects of your rubbings? 


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