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Aug

Susan's Rest Day Adventures Print E-mail
Written by Susan, Snowy Student Term 3 2009   

Rainforest Walk

 Hey,
Today we had a rest day, this is where it’s up to the students as to what they want to do. These activities might include a range of different things throughout the day but what I did today was in the morning. A large group of us travelled to Orbost and played a game of netball and football. It was a lot of fun and we all enjoyed it. Then in the afternoon I went with a smaller group to the Bemm River Reserve and we did the Mckenzie rainforest walk. I thought it was amazing! It was streaming with ferns and native trees and the ground was covered in green. There were also two bridges we crossed overlooking small creeks, it was really pretty. We took real notice of what we were walking through as we are using the Bemm River Reserve as a topic to teach the Orbost primary kids as part of our Local Learning Project (L.L.P). I had a great day and can’t wait to go on another walk through a rainforest.
Susan- Werrimull

 

 

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