Monthly Scheduled Programme

 "Celebrating Wildlife" Series: Our Wild Isle - Weird & Wonderful Plants

(An Investigative Biodiversity Workshop Series)


"Celebrating Wildlife” - An Investigative Biodiversity Workshop Series:

Come and learn fascinating facts about plants and wildlife that make our gardens, parks and forests their home! This half-day workshop provides children with the opportunity to get up-close-and-personal with both living and preserved specimens, participate in fun-filled, hands-on activities and go on guided walks to seek out wildlife in the Gardens. This “Celebrating Wildlife” Series is jointly organised by Singapore Botanic Gardens and Cicada Tree EcoPlace.

 

 Our Wild Isle - Weird & Wonderful Plants 

 (An Investigative Biodiversity Workshop)

Some plants have strange qualities, like Venus Fly-traps, eat up bugs. Others feed bugs which care for them in return, like ant plants. Other plants chase bugs away by the smell they give off, like Citronella, which makes a good herbal insect repellent. Some plants have sweet leaves or shoots which may be eaten, while others are poisonous and cannot be eaten. Participants will learn about our weird and wonderful native wild plants through a slide-talk and hands-on study of both live and preserved plant specimens. At the end of the workshop, participants will bring home with them their creative art piece as well as a potted plant. 

 

Suitable for children in K1 – P6 levels

Date      : Tuesday, 18 November 2014              

Time      : 9.00am – 1.00pm

Fee        : $50.00 per child (includes all materials & refreshments)

Location : Botany Centre,

               Tanglin of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

 

For enquiry, please contact the SBG Education Branch at 64719961 & 6465 0196 or through email: nparks_sbg_edu@nparks.gov.sg. Online registration is available by clicking on the 'Registration' link at the bottom-left corner of this pop-up window. 

Contact Info :6465 0196 & 6471 9961
Date :18 Nov 2014 9:00 am - 1:00 pm  
Venue :Botany Centre,
Tanglin Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens
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