Back in January, we began to keep phenology wheels to record not only the changes in the natural world, but also the festivals of the liturgical year that we celebrate.
Here are our entries for February, which Rose worked on whilst I read from the February chapter of Roald Dhal My Year, which is new to us, and is proving to be a very lovely, engaging read.
Rose recorded the frogspawn that we found in the pond on Monday, along with symbols for Candlemas and Saint Valentine’s day.
I recorded both the frogspawn, and also Hazel catkins, along with symbols for Candlemas and Saint Valentine’s day.
Our Phenology Wheel posts for the year:
8 thoughts on “February Phenology Wheels”
I really like what you have done to observe the liturgical along with the “natural” year!
Thank you so much!
you might find this interesting https://www.roalddahlfans.com/students-teachers/teacher-ideas/my-year-classroom-activities/ Thanks for sharing your ideas!
Oh! How smashing! Thank you for taking the time to share 🙂