Tag: Buskett

A Day at Buskett Gardens

After lunch the children were asked to make friend s with a tree by hugging it. They observed how high or low trees are and monitored what`s under the tree i.e. exposed roots, fallen leaves, grass, twigs, stones, pine cones, insects (worms, ants and spiders). They also spotted glue oozing out from the tree trunk […]

Fieldwork at Buskett…

Children had a nature trail in the countryside and they could learn about the diversity of leaves, flowers, trees and bushes found in the Maltese landscape. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.2

Fieldwork at Buskett

Learning outdoors is a very enriching experience for students. Not only do they learn about the environment, but they appreciate the importance of preserving nature, while learning literacy and numeracy. Submitted by Ms Janice Vella Muscat, Yr 2.1 Teacher

Buskett Gardens

Experiences in Nature helps the children enhance their imagination and stimulate their learning. Submitted by Ms Maria Cassar and Ms Marita Abela

Fun, Education and more at Buskett Gardens

Learning out of doors at Buskett provides students with some healthy sunshine, appreciation of nature and time to role play and fun. Submitted by Ms Nagaat Bugeja, K1.3

Learning Outdoors

The Year 1 students of Ms Marilyn Bugeja enjoyed an outdoor learning experience at Buskett Gardens. The students had a closer look at insects and trees using magnifying glasses and bark rubbing. The children had fun playing on trees while enhancing their gross motor skills and nurturing a love for nature.

Buskett Fieldwork

The children had an activity related to science at Buskett Gardens.  They observed and discussed how we can protect the environment and did various activities like bark rubbing.  The students really enjoyed working as a team. Submitted by Ms Miranda Cauchi, Yr 3.1

Fieldwork at Buskett

The Kindergarten students went to Buskett for fieldwork related to Dinja Waħda activities. During their stay in this woods, the students participated in various projects. Students were asked to collect as many conifers as possible. The conifers were later sorted according to size being small, medium or large.  These conifers were used to create basic […]