Ros Greenwood, Shelley Public School
On Wednesday, Kindergarten participated in our BeachTeach Touch Tank Incursion. Kate, a marine biologist, brought a range of artefacts and live creatures to Shelley for students to look at and touch. From the very smelly squid, prawns and fish, to the shark teeth and coral, or even the live anemones and starfish, Kindy students had a great time using their senses and putting their science knowledge into practise while learning about the features of the different sea creatures that help to protect them from harm in their habitats.
Sarah Nicol, Saint Canice's Primary, Katoomba
The students loved the live sea animals station. They wrote personal responses on it and most loved the elephant snail the most. Overall, the students loved the experience and I believe they gained a lot from the experience. Thank you!
I give it an "A" [I loved it! Don't change a thing!]. My girls loved it and there is a big age gap. It is great to have activities that stimulate a 4 and 9yo. I loved it too.
Year 4 Boy, Galston OOSH
Wow! That was awesome! I learnt so much!
Lynn, Mosman Resident
We thoroughly enjoyed the Coastal Creatures of Chinamans. My five yr old son and myself both learn't many things and have been following up on the experience with further walks and hiring books from the library on the topic. Thankyou for providing us with this experience.
Kelly Williams, Wakefield Childcare & Early Learning Centre
Thank you so much for attending our centre on Wednesday! All the children had such a fantastic time and are still taking about all the great things that they saw and felt! It was so well run, informative and interactive. It is definitely something that we will be doing again!
I have received some great feedback as well from some of the parents who attended and helped out on the day so once again thank you :)