This weekend my village is having a safari walk in aid of our local school, after school club and preschool, whose premises were sadly destroyed in a fire this summer, and lots of equipment and resources have been lost.
I’m taking part and providing a bit of a science education trail along the way!
Children and adults follow the map to find all of the houses taking part and to spot animals along the way! Can you find my round-the-world safari?
In normal times, I deliver fun and engaging, curriculum-relevant, hands-on science workshops, as well as posting lots of science activities on social media, creating video lessons and running online science clubs.
- Click through to find a round up of the 121 daily science activities I posted during lockdown partial school closures this year
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- Take a look at the rest of my website www.drjosciencesolutions.co.uk to find out more about me and what sort of sciencey fun I get up to
I’ve tried to pick animals from different parts of the world. Here’s my fun animal facts from the trail if you can’t come and see them in person:
Here are just a few pictures of some of the other displays:
and there’s even a treasure hunt trail around the village, supported by local businesses too:
If you live near Cambridge and fancy joining in, the Duxford Safari Walk takes place on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th September 2020 and more info can be found by clicking on the link. Slots for the treasure hunt must be booked in order to ensure social distancing, but you can just come along and wander around the village to admire the 60 different displays! Donations to the fund would be very welcome, although I’m not affiliated in any way.