My name is Charlie and I'm 8. I'm learning from home because of the Coronavirus. We've been learning about garden birds and minibeasts.
In the garden, I saw 1 spider, 3 worms, 4 baby snails, 30 woodlice and 3 bees and even saved a bee that has fallen into the water. I made a tally chart and copied it into a bar chart and did one on my Dad's laptop. I made a spider out of toilet roll then we went into the garden and got leaves, sticks, weeds and petals that had fallen out of the tree. Then I made a habitat for the spider with the things we got.
We made bird feeders out of oranges, bottles and a pringle tube. We also wrote a report and learnt about a robins life cycle.
What is your best garden bird and why?
What do you like about Fairburn Ings?
What's your best minibeast?
I like coming to Fairburn Ings and I've been lots of times and I'm looking forward to it being open again.
Love from Charlie
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