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|Today the Audubon visited Kindergarten! Sophie took us outside where we explored the ground and trees looking for possible places where birds might go to build a nest. We were able to listen to and identify 6 different types of bird calls. We also had an opportunity to create our own bird nest too!|
This was made possible thanks to the Williston Wins Fundraising Program organized by the FAP! Thanks so much!
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The Audubon visited us and shared with us all the special features that birds have, the different nests that birds create and we even saw some real bird eggs! Bird eggs are all different colors and sizes depending on the size of the adult bird. We enjoyed our visit with our bird experts!
The Secret Lives of Trees!
This afternoon the Audubon visited Kindergarten. We learned about different types of trees, what can be made from a tree, different types of leaves and how to recognize a tree by it's features and characteristics! We played a couple of fun games too! One of the games helped us discover what is made from trees. Another activity we did was to create a leaf rubbing. That was really interesting because we could see close up all the parts of a leaf.
This afternoon we had the Audubon visit Kindergarten. We focused on the life cycle of the Monarch Butterfly and other insects. The children learned about the features that an insect has; a head, an abdomen, a thorax, eyes and some have wings and pincher's! We even transformed one of the children into a Monarch! In the videos you will get to see us observing some Monarchs, playing Monarch Migration and identifying attributes of the bugs and insects we found at ABS.