Murray Class – Super Science!
Murray class had a fantastic afternoon exploring the school grounds for microhabitats.
A microhabitat is a very small habitat within a larger habitat. We looked carefully around the school grounds, under bushes, in amongst leaves and in the forest school area to see if we could find any living things. We couldn’t find much, but we did find some very big worms! I think the bugs decided it was too cold today!
Although we weren’t very successful in our hunt for any bugs, we had a fantastic time and the children declared it the best science lesson ever!
Great bug hunting Murray class, well done!