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A hands-on investigation of the wonderful bugs and insects that live in your gardens (and our worm farm!) and the things they need to stay alive. Hunt for critters, look at them up close, explore our minibeast body part felt boards, build a garden home and meet our worms!
- Story book introduction
- Garden Hunt – Students explore your garden and search for and collect amazing minibeasts
- Guided Play Based Learning Activities:
- Bugs Up Close – Have a close up look at your garden minibeast finds using hand lens’ and our USB microscope connected to a laptop
- Build a Garden Home – think about all the things that a minibeast would need in a home and build it in a mini sand-pit before adding the animals.
- Worms Up Close – Students have a close up look at compost worms using hand lenses and discover what cocoons and saddles look like
Duration: Can be customised based on the needs of your learners. We recommend 45 minutes.
Restrictions: Maximum of 25 children per Gould League educator. Greater Melbourne Only
Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework: Outcome 2
National Quality Standards: Standard 3.3
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|Program Location||Your School|
|Max # of Groups (group max 30)||3|
|Possible Start Times||variable|
|Program Duration||45 minutes - 1 hour|
|Program Theme||Biodiversity, Living things, Worms & Compost|
|Cost per group||$330 + Travel|