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Homeschool Garden Club - What is feeding our bees this week?

This is week 29 of our academic year, and I have now seen the pollinators out and about when we have had periods of warmer weather. However, we are still getting a lot of buffeting from the wind. The first brilliant flush of blossom has gone and we have slightly less blossom around partly due to the wind.

In the meantime, here is what we found in our Orchard Training Homeschool Garden that is in flower and feeding the bees and pollinators.

We are using this pictorial evidence to be inclusive, not everyone taking part in the survey can write, very well at the moment, and some have not learnt all about graphs nor the name of the plants, as yet. The homeschool learner, who took the photographs this week has tabled the ones he knows. Well done you! He is in the cookery club so he knows the crops not the flowers, which is a brilliant start!

Once we know what we have, we are going to gather the information together in to charts and graphs and see where we have gaps in the garden over the course of the year. We will be using both our mathematical knowledge and IT skills to make the records present the data. I am looking forward to finding out the results.


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