Joanne Harkness

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Spring is the time for many birds to build a nest, ready for egg laying and bringing up their hatched chicks. Can you build a nest that could hold a clutch of eggs, and withstand the wind? Look for…

Spring is the time for many birds to build a nest, ready for egg laying and bringing up their hatched chicks. Can you build a nest that could hold a clutch of eggs, and withstand the wind? Look for…

Nests for Owl Babies! After reading the story Owl Babies bymartin Waddell our class was interested in building nests. We decided to go our into the school grounds and look for materials that could make a cosy nest for our owl babies.

Nests for Owl Babies! After reading the story Owl Babies bymartin Waddell our class was interested in building nests. We decided to go our into the school grounds and look for materials that could make a cosy nest for our owl babies.

Wonders in Kindergarten: How do birds make nests?

Since we are investigating how bats and birds are different, the students thought it would be best if we had two sets of wonder charts at t.

Teacher Recruitment – We Need to Spread the Word About How Great this Job Is

Teacher Recruitment – We Need to Spread the Word About How Great this Job Is

ostrich fern, Easy to grow in most cool, moist, shaded sites and useful for very wet sites, 1 - 1.5 m height

ostrich fern, Easy to grow in most cool, moist, shaded sites and useful for very wet sites, 1 - m height

The Seattle Times: Designer Vicki Scuri transforms a muddy, messy space into a lushly planted rain garden

The rock-lined swale is both design feature and effective rain garden. It soaks up runoff in this wet, steep-slope garden. Glass floats further the look of a dry streambed. If only we had rain in Texas.but "dry bed" will work well!