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Forest schools making bird hides

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  • 1. Forest SchoolTuesday 13th MarchWeek 3
  • 2. Mrs Misselbrook asked us to sitquietly and listen very carefullyto the sounds around us. Werealised that there are lots ofbirds in the forest.
  • 3. We made bird hides withtarpaulin sheets tied to treeswith strings, and we disguisedthem with leaves, branchesand dried pine needles.
  • 4. We made them quite cosy inside!
  • 5. We had to hunt foropen pine cones. Wewere using them tomake our naturalbird feeders.
  • 6. Some people managed tofind really large cones.
  • 7. String was tiedaround the pine conesso that we could hangthem up from trees.
  • 8. Next we pushed lardfat into and aroundthe pine cone. It wasvery messy!
  • 9. Not everybodyliked the feeling ofsquishing the fatbetween theirfingers!
  • 10. The cones were rolled in abag of bird seed. The seedstuck to the fat.
  • 11. It was fun finding goodplaces to hang our birdfeeders in the forest.
  • 12. Time at the end to play a game of ’Stealth’.Can you see who is hiding?

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