This lesson plan encourages students to explore seasonal cycles in science.
It explore the Top End cycles of the indigenous people and links it to their daily lives.
It is an inquiry based project. I may update it.
Celebrating NAIDOC week, we have been reading through Walking through the seasons in Kakadu. This book not only enlightens readers about the six seasons of the Top End but also making them aware of the subtle changes that each season brings.
City kids need to be more in touch with the seasons so take your child outside, look at the grass, leaves, flowers and fruits. Take notes, keep a diary and notice the difference.
We need our seasons for plant and animal growth-not just a change in clothing.
Try it today