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The story of a tiny seed that grows into a forest giant

Be immersed in the inspiring story of a tiny seed that grows into a majestic Marri tree. Discover what it takes to make the flowers and seeds of the Marri tree grow and how the seeds make their way underground where the lifecycle can begin again. A short bushwalk brings the story alive as students collect natural materials to make a bush crown.

'The whole lesson content was well presented and to the children's level. We enjoyed all of it!' - Kindergarten Teacher

Outcomes

By the end of this program students will:

  • Identify the stages of growth from seed to tree
  • Identify the basic structural features of a plant
  • Understand that plants have basic needs to enable them to grow
  • Recognise that animals have a role to play in the life-cycle of a plant.

Location: Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park

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