The natural world can be experienced to its fullest when using all of the five senses. Sensory Explorers offers children the opportunity to play a variety of sensory-based nature games that will help them to learn about and gain an understanding of the natural landscape.
Early Stage 1 Science
This science program aims to provide Early Stage 1 students with an opportunity to explore the natural world through play-based, scientific and sensory activities.
Sensory Explorer activities:
- Nature-based sensory games that focus on colour, season, textures, animal behaviour and survival
- Nature walk and tally chart making, displaying data that outlines plants and animals found in Centennial Parklands
- Bugliest bug (minibeast) hunt.
Curriculum links and syllabus outcomes:
- STe-1WS-S observes, questions and collects data to communicate ideas
- STe-3LW-ST explores the characteristics, needs and uses of living things
The Education Access Pass Program
covers all program and transport costs for schools with an FOEI higher than 125 and community organisations that work with groups in need.
Please contact us
directly with the name of the program and your group size and we can help you organise a free program.
This programs is funded through the Legacy Fund of the Centennial Parklands Foundation
Read the Subject Page (PDF)