Discoveries at Murdo Frazer Park

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October has been very wet, which has made for some amazing discoveries and out of the box thinking on the part of the Forest students. The students learned about crayfish when we found one on the forest floor, and tried to identify some mystery eggs found on a log and a mystery nest found in a tree. They made fishing rods and practiced their casting as well as played a “Guess Which Animal I Am” game. In doing this, students are learning the “names of local plants and animals,” the “behavioural adaptations of animals in the local environment,” as well as the “classification of living and non-living things.”

https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/science/1

-Brittany