Kamay Botany Bay National Park provides an excellent opportunity for students to explore life in bushland and coastal environments and to focus on people's interactions with, and responsibility towards, these environments. They will also consider the traditional Aboriginal use of these areas.
Students will examine some of the animals and plants that are found in bushland and coastal environments. They will classify a variety of animals, participate in a Scavenger Hunt searching for natural items, listen to a text and complete a Natural Art activity.
This program supports the Science and Technology Stage 1 Syllabus (ST1-10LW and ST1-11LW) in the areas of Working Scientifically and Living Thing, the cross curriculum content of Sustainability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.
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