We have undertaken a number of exciting international projects.
POTATO TRAPS: One of our favourites is the Potato Trap Project and schools across 12 countries and 7 continents have participated. Even a Research Centre in Antarctica took part. The idea is a simple one. We place hollowed potatoes in the school grounds and record the different insects and bugs that find their way to hide in the potato. If you would like to participate please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org For more details click here
|Pupils from Sydney, Australia||Pupils from Hydrabad Province, India||Millipedes caught in Zimbabwe|
VIEW FROM A WINDOW: In this project we describe a view through our window. We send you the description and you draw a picture from our words. You send us the pictures and we then compare the pictures to our descriptions. We send you a photo of what we were describing right at the end. It makes us appreciate the power of words and the importance of describing things accurately. We then swap roles and you send us a description of the view though your window and we do the drawing. For more details click here
|View of San Sior from Australia||View of San Sior from the Ukraine|