Please find below downloadable resources to help support learning from home or within school on the topics of:
Lifecycle of a Butterfly, to include anatomy, habitats and minibeasts.
The Ancient Maya a Rainforest Civilisation, to include lifestyle, culture, religion, habitat, and number system.
Recent studies have shown that being close to nature and spending time outdoors has long term benefits on the mental and physical wellbeing in both children and adults.
Daily walks help to connect with nature by looking for caterpillars and butterflies and at the same time help Butterfly Conservation monitor butterfly numbers by recording your sightings.
Butterfly Conservation have developed a fantastic free app called iRecord Butterflies that guides you through the identification of any butterfly that you see in the UK and allows you to add your sighting to Butterfly Conservation’s national recording scheme. For more information and how to download the app follow the link below:
‘Create your very own Nature Garden!’
Now that we are spending more time at home it’s the perfect opportunity to create a nature garden and attract all sorts of beautiful and interesting wildlife into your garden for you to observe and enjoy.
Download the resource below to find out which animals can benefit from a nature garden, how to make one and what you can do if you don’t have a garden of your own.