Every Easter in Sydney, we have the Royal Easter Show. It’s a big showcase of all things agricultural organised by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW. There are milking barns, sheep being sheared, and of course the farmyard nursery where children get to pat baby ducks, chicks, goats and lambs (with their parents frantically trying to keep track of them and take hundreds of adorable photos). There’s also fresh food, flora, cake decorating displays, and rides, etc. There’s much more, but suffice to say, it’s a BIG show and a huge day out for the family. Even two weeks after the event, I still have flashes of the day running through my head every now and then.
Perhaps influenced by these occasional Easter Show flash backs, I spotted some great agricultural ideas from last week’s Weekly Kids’ Co-op.
I could not go past this wonderful science activity, Inside A Flower by Moon Sprig. They used real flowers to learn what’s inside a flower. What brilliant hands-on learning.
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