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To help you to enjoy nature and our parks better, we have developed a series of interesting worksheets for teachers, students and parents. We hope that you will find this resource useful

 

Worksheet Title

Resources for
Students 

Resources for
Teachers 

Themes 

 Learning Objectives

Worksheets can be used
at which parks?

Age Group: 4 years to 6 years old (Pre-School Level)
Plant Parts     Plant Parts Children will learn to recognise the main parts of plants and understand some of their functions.
Not Park specific
Ready, Set, Grow     Plant Growth Children will learn how a seed develops. They will better understand seeds and learn how to plant and care for them. They will recognise that plants need water and sunlight.
 
 Not Park specific
Let's Grow Food     Plant Growth Children will learn to plant (Part 2). They will recognise that plants give us food.
Not Park specific
Garden Safari     Garden/Park
exploration
Children will develop skills to observe animals in a garden or nearby park. They will learn to better understand urban animals.
 Not Park specific
Age Group: 7 years to 12 years (All Primary Levels)
Three Week Healthy
Plantlets
 
Plants and 
Gardening
Students will learn to identify key factors for healthy plant growth and brainstorm strategies to grow the largest and healthiest plant
Not Park specific
Plants Galore     Plants and 
Gardening
Pupils will become aware of the large variety of plants (shapes, colours and sizes) in Singapore.

Not Park specific
Who Lives Here?     Animals in the Garden
Pupils will learn to identify and spot garden animals in the school.
Not Park specific
Garden of Colours     Plants and Gardening Younger children will learn that plants come in a variety of shapes and colours. Older children will learn the importance in photosynthesis and identify chlorophyll and other pigments of coloured leaves under the microscope
Not Park specific
 Bee Savvy  
   Bees Students will learn more about the bees living in Singapore and identify the different bee species and their unique behaviours.  Not Park specific
 Pollinators  
   Pollinators Children will be able to identify the various insects and animals that contribute to the pollination of plants in our local parks and gardens. Not Park specific
 Age Group: 7 years to 9 years old (Lower Primary)
Garden Community - Friend or Foe?
    Plants and Gardening
Children will learn to observe, identify and classify the different types of animals in the garden and learn which ones are beneficial to garden plants and which ones are considered pests
Not Park specific 
Grow Somple Plants  
  Plant growth and reproduction
Pupils will learn more about plant reproduction by planting seeds and trying stem-cutting. Pupils will learn what plants need for healthy growth by monitoring the growth of these new plants. Not Park specific
Spice up my Food  
  Herbs and Spices Pupils will learn to identify specific herbs and spices that are important as ingredients in some Asian cuisine.
Not Park specific
Butterfly Haven  
  Butterflies Pupil will learn to identify and observe local butterflies and the stages of their life cycles
Hort Park
What's Alive in My Garden?
 
  Living and non-living things in a garden
Pupils will learn to identify the living and non-living components of a garden.
Not Park specific 
Fruit Tree Survey
 
  Plants and Gardening
Children will learn to identify the local fruit trees commonly found
Not Park specific
The Birthday Party: Sara at the Children's Garden
 
  Fun with Plants
This worksheet serves as a 'teaser' to the guided tour at JBCG which includes an activity book. Children will find the 10 words referring to attractions/plants/key things mentioned in the "The Birthday Party" Sara workbook.
Jacob Ballas Children's Garden
Adventure with Plants: Sara at the Evolution Garden
 
  Fun with Plants
This worksheet serves as a 'teaser' to the guided tour at Evolution Garden which includes an activity book. Children will have fun linking Sara to her missing friends, the Squirrels.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Sara, the forgetful dinosaur
 
  Fun with Plants
This worksheet serves as a 'teaser' to the guided tour at SBG Tanglin Core which includes an activity book. Children will be introduced to 6 trees/plants found in the Tanglin Core of SBG.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Hanging out with Nature (South View Path)
 
  Plants and Animals
This worksheet aims to help children understand Singapore's natural heritage by observing plants and animals at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Hanging out with Nature (Summit Path)
 
  Plants and Animals
This worksheet aims to help children understand Singapore's natural heritage by observing plants and animals at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. This path is suitable only for children who are physically fit Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Age Group: 10 years to 12 years (Upper Primary)
Pest Potion  
  Garden Pests
Children will learn to identify the different types of pests in your garden and learn to create your very own environmentally friendly pest sprays to remove them.
Not Park specific
Useful Plants
 
  Useful Plants
People will learn to identify plants in the school garden which are useful to people, They become more aware of which parts of the plants are used and how they are used.
Not Park specific
Fragrant Plants
 
  Fragrant Plants
Pupils will learn about fragrant plants (in school) and the benefits of this adaptation in plants.
Not Park specific
My School Orchard
 
  Fruit Trees
Pupils will learn to identify different types of local fruit trees. They dissect some fruits to learn more about these.
Not Park specific
Desert Life
 
  Cacti and succulent plants
Pupils will learn about the common characteristics between cacti and succulent plants.
They will learn how to assess the suitability of physical conditions for these plants.
Not Park specific
Scented Garden
 
  Plants and Gardening
Children will learn to identify scented plants in your garden and understand the benefits of having fragrance and how people have used it.
Not Park specific
Butterfly Haven
 
  Plants and Gardening
Children will learn to identify the different species of local butterflies and the main stages of a butterfly's life cycle
Not Park specific
Knowing Me, Knowing You
 
  Wetlands
Children will learn to identify the different fauna and floral found in the wetland
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Pasir Ris Park mangrove
Explore JBCG
 
  Plants and their importance
Children will get to discover how plants provide for their daily needs.
JBCG
Checklist of Mangrove Fauna
 
 
Wetlands and its habitat
Children will learn to identify the different fauna found in the mangrove
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Pasir Ris Park mangrove
Checklist of Mangrove Flora
 
 
Wetlands and its habitat
Children will learn to identify the different flora found in the mangrove
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Pasir Ris Park mangrove
Mangrove Mania. Around the Mangrove Boardwalk
 
  Wetlands and its habitat
Children will be introduced to the different fauna and flora at the mangrove and how the inhabitants adapt to this unique environment.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Pasir Ris Park mangrove
Mangrove Habitat
 
 
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Children will be introduced to the different habitats in the mangrove and how they interact to form an ecosystem
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Living in a Desert
 
  Plants and Gardening
Children will learn to identify characteristics common to cacti and other drought resistant plants which allows them to survive in a hot, dry desert habitat
Not Park specific
A Trip to Chek Jawa
 
 
Chek Jawa exploration
Children will learn and understand the importance of shores in our natural environment
Chek Jawa Wetlands
My Week with Nature – The Five Day Challenge 2015
 




Appreciating our Trees

Students will learn to appreciate the flora and fauna around us, with an emphasis on trees, through a series of simple and captivating activities.

 

This worksheet was created as part of the Biodiversity Week for Schools programme.

Not Park specific

My Week with Nature – The Five Day Challenge 2016
 
  Connections with Nature

Students will learn about nature’s intricate relationships through a series of simple and captivating activities.

 

This worksheet was created as part of the Biodiversity Week for Schools programme.
Not Park specific
Age Group: 13 years to 17 years old (All Secondary Levels)
 Home Grown Business
 
   Plants and Gardening
 Children will learn the different types of products and services one can produce from the school garden
 Not Park specific
 Where are the Forests?Our role playing activity
  (Act 1)
   Natural reserves and natural heritage
 Children will learn how are tropical rainforest form? Where are they located and what is the impact of its loss
 Not Park specific
  (Act 2)
 Staircase to the Canopy
 
   Natural reserves and natural heritage 
 Children will learn the different types of bridges built and reasons why
 Not Park specific
 Wildflower Guide
 
   Plant growth
 Students will learn to grow new plants from seeds (sexual method) though other asexual methods and learn to keep them healthy.
 
 New Plants From Old
 
   Plant growth
 Students will learn to grow new plants from seeds (sexual method) through other asexual methods and learn to keep them healthy.
 
 Pruning Fun
 
   Plants and Gardening
 Students will learn the correct method of pruning and why it is important to prune. Clippings may also be used to propagate and/or used for art and craft
 Not Park specific
 Home Grown Business
 
   Plant products
 Students develop entrepreneurial skills by learning to identify products or services they can produce from the school garden, and creating samples of their product/s and developing marketing materials for them.
 
 Our Natural Heritage
 
 
 Natural reserves and natural heritage
 Students will learn what is nature reserve, where they are in Singapore and identify the types of natural habitat of each nature reserve
 Not Park specific
 Age Group: 13 years to 14 years (Lower Secondary)
Plant Symphony
 
  Plants and Gardening
Learn to identify the plants found at your garden taxonomically and by usage
Not Park specific
Garden Animals
 
  Garden Animals
Students will learn to identify, classify and photograph animals in the school garden. They will learn which animals are beneficial or harmful to plants.
Not Park specific
Pest Busters
 
  Garden Pests
Students will learn more about common garden pests. They will learn about environmentally-friendly ways of removing pests by doing research on pesticides and also by searching for the "recipe" of an environmentally-friendly pest spray. They will learn to create the spray, try it on garden pests in school and evaluate its effectiveness.
Not Park specific
Fusion Cooking
 
  Herbs and Spices

Students will learn to identify common herbs and spices (in the school garden, if these are available) and carry out research on recipes that use them. They learn to create a new fusion recipe, using local herbs and spices, and cook it.
Not Park specific
Garden Cures
 
  Plants with traditional cures
Students learn to identify local plants with traditional cures (in the school garden, if these are available). They take photos, and learn to write and design educational labels for these plants.
Not Park specific
Scent-sation
 
  Plant Scents
Students learn to identify plants using scent (in the school garden, if these are available). They learn about the benefits of plants having scents and simple methods to extract these chemicals and make a product (essential oil, mosquito repellent, etc).
Not Park specific
Butterfly Haven
 
  Butterflies
Students will learn more about local butterflies. They learn to identify, take photographs / videos of local butterflies and create a presentation on local butterflies.
Hort Park
Fruit Garden
 
  Fruit trees
Students learn to identify fruit trees and vegetable 'fruits' in the school garden, find out about other local fruits / vegetables through a survey and do research on them. They learn to write educational labels for the fruit trees and vegetable in your school garden.
Not Park specific
Desert Life
 
  Drought-tolerant plants
Students learn to identify characteristics of cacti and other drought tolerant plants which enable them to survive in a hot, dry desert habitat. They also learn to observe the plot for the cacti and drought-tolerant plants in the school and evaluate how well these conditions simulate a desert/dry habitat. They then learn to propagate a cactus or drought-tolerant plant from your garden.
Not Park specific
 Age Group: 15 years to 17 years old (Upper Secondary)
Living in a Desert
 
  Plants and Gardening
Through teamwork and research, students will learn to design a themed garden which is creative, aesthetic and educational
Not Park specific
Growing New Plants
 
  Plants and Gardening
Learn how the plants in your garden are commonly propagated
Not Park specific
Garden Friendlies or Pest
 
  Plants and Gardening
Observe, identify and classify the different types of animals in the garden and learn which ones are beneficial to garden plants and which ones are considered pests
Not Park specific
Environmental Friendly Pest Buster
 
  Plants and Gardening
Learn what are environmentally friendly, non pollutive, garden pest management products and best way of removing pests in your garden. Students will also learn to create their very own environmentally pest sprays to remove pests
Not Park specific
Fusion Cooking from our Garden
 
  Plants and Gardening
Learn to identify herbs, spices and vegetables in your garden and the beneficial food value of these foods and recipes using them
Not Park specific
Garden Cures
 
  Plants and Gardening
Identify plants in the garden which have been used traditionally as medicinal plants by various cultures
Not Park specific
Scent-sation
 
  Plants and Gardening
Identify scented plants and find out ways to extract selected chemicals to produce scented products and how plants benefit by having scents
Not Park specific
Butterfly Haven
 
  Plants and Gardening
Learn to identify the different species of local butterflies and ways to attract more butterfly species to the garden
Not Park specific
Calling All Fruits
 
  Plants and Gardening
Learn the different types of fruit trees and vegetables fruits in the garden
Not Park specific
My Dream Garden
 
  Garden Plotting
Students will learn to draw a map of the plot and design a theme garden for it, which has to be creative, aesthetic and educational.
Not Park specific
Last updated on 02 April 2018

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