Do one clause from each season.
All the clauses from one season.
*With an adult you know, make a nest box or bird feeder. With permission, hang it in a suitable place.
*Tell your Six about a folk custom or religious festival that takes place during the spring. Either act it out with your Six or make some costumes for it.
*Keep a record for at least two weeks of when and where you see the following:
- spring flowers
- leaves appearing on trees
- baby animals.
*Make a gauge to measure rainfall. Use it for at least two weeks and keep a daily record. Discuss the changes.
*Make a bird bath and fill it each day with water. Keep a record for two weeks of the birds that use it. Make a note of any other creatures that visit it.
*Find out about sports and activities that take place in your local area during the summer. If possible, join in with one.
*Plan your ideal holiday. Make a scrapbook with pictures and information about your dream destination that you can share with your Six.
*Watch butterflies, bees and other insects on a flowering plant or bush. Know what they are doing and why. Taste three different types of honey and decide which is your favourite.
*Know which fruits and vegetables are available in the autumn. Make something to eat using one of them, like blackberry pie or toffee apples, to share with your Six.
*Make a scrapbook or poster about
animals that hibernate in the UK and around the world. You can use photos and drawings as well as information.
*With an adult you know, spend time looking at the stars and point out at least two constellations.
Use fallen natural objects, like conkers, acorns or leaves to make a collage or decoration.
Make a picture from bark or stone rubbing.
*Make bird pudding and leave it out somewhere safe for birds to eat. Keep a record for at least two weeks of all the birds that eat the food.
*Know why it is important to be seen clearly when outdoors in the dark. Make reflective strips and attach them to your coat and bag.
*Tell your Six about winter festivals from two different faiths or cultures. Either help celebrate one of them or do an activity linked with it.
*Grow a bulb, such as a hyacinth, in a clear container or water so you can see its roots grow.
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