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Session 5: Habitats

Session 5: Habitats
Session 5: Habitats

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  • Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us to lay our eye level with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain...
  • Activity Minutes Opening 5 Activity 1: Earth Ball Name Game 5 Activity 2: Story — Habitat at Home 10 Activity 3: Micro-hike Habitat Walk 20...
  • Find a place where you can be quiet with your thoughts. Close your eyes and breathe deeply for several minutes, perhaps repeating a word or...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice and LED/battery-operated candle Cloth for altar or centering space Group Covenant (Session 1) Chalice-...
  • Materials for Activity Inflatable earth ball or globe, available from Amazon Preparation for Activity Inflate the earth ball or globe...
  • Materials for Activity Story, " Habitat at Home " A large basket Objects to place in the basket that are related to the story such as a...
  • Materials for Activity String or yarn Magnifying glasses Preparation for Activity Designate a large, outdoor area. Cut string or yarn into...
  • Materials for Activity Pinecones, at least two for each participant String or yarn Vegetable shortening, oats, a large mixing bowl, several...
  • Materials for Activity World of Wonder Mural from Session 1 Leader Resource 1, Mural Image - Backyard Habitat , and tape Closing song...
  • Take a few minutes to evaluate the session with your co-leader immediately after the session, while it is fresh. Share your thoughts with...
  • Materials for Activity Information on backyard habitats Preparation for Activity Designate a date and time for a family gathering. Research...
  • Materials for Activity Ball of yarn Preparation for Activity Clear an open space where the group can sit in a circle. Make sure you know...
  • Materials for Activity Natural items such as pinecones, leaves, moss, seeds, twigs, and galls A large cloth Preparation for Activity Clear...
  • Materials for Activity Lunch-sized paper bags, cloth bags, or small baggies, one per child Optional: Flashlights, magnifying glasses, or...
  • Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us to lay our eye level with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain...
  • By Julie Simon
    Kylie groaned on the sofa. Her best friend Georgia was sick. It was Saturday, and the girls had planned to ride their bikes to Sundale...
  • From the website of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation; used with permission. Printing This Handout Download a high-resolution copy of...
  • The Family pages insert in the Fall 2012 UU World magazine has the theme "All God's Critters... Even the Bat!" Learn how human activity has...

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