Our First Trip to Galup (Lake Monger)

Recount from Pre Primary – “We had our first trip to Galup on Tuesday.”

We had to remember the rules:
-stay together
-walk on the left hand side
-stop before the road to wait for the others and check that we can cross safely
-stay away from any dogs that we might see
-crouch down near the water
-keep still and quiet near the birds

We packed our fruit and off we set!

There were so many swans resting on the bank, we had a go at counting them all!

Someone found a sign about Motorbike frogs and we wondered if that is what our tadpoles will turn into?!


It was a very windy day so we danced in the wind, ran after our hats that kept blowing away and collected treasures that we found on the ground.



We ran up and down the giant hill!

Back at the Wildspace the Magical Wolves wanted to paint their treasures from nature.


We will visit Galup (Lake Monger) regularly to develop a close connection with the space and hopefully start to notice the changes as the seasons go by.

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