Field Trip to Queen Sirikit Botanical Gardens

Last week, EY3 went on a field trip to Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden.  This trip gave the children the opportunity to further inquire into the Sharing the Planet unit of inquiry.  We had a wonderful time exploring the unique areas of the botanical garden and inquired into the different plants.

Canopy Walk

        

Plant shop

Painting a plant pot

Exploring the walkway with lots of ‘creeper’ plants

The cactus glass house

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The rainforest building

       

The orchid house

        

Outside the orchid house

       

We have been reflecting on the plants that we saw and what they need to survive.  We have also thought about which ones are our favorites and why.  This trip has been inspiration for a lot of art in the classroom as well as further wonderings about the different environments that plants live in.

Which plant is your favorite?

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