Exploring the 5 Senses in Pre-Prep Garden

Pre-Prep 4-7
Posted on: July 18th 2017

 Pre prep girl smelling plant in sensory garden

This spring, Pre-Prep children helped Head Gardener Darren plant a range of plants in their new sensory garden.  They planted the plants in five different containers according to the five senses: sight, smell, touch, hearing and taste and the pupils certainly enjoyed finding out just how different the plants could smell and feel!  Once the sensory garden was complete, pupils made colourful signs for each of the containers.   

Pre prep pupils learning about plants in sensory garden Smelling plants in pre prep sensory garden

Pre prep pupils touching plants sensory garden Pupils smelling plants in sensory garden

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