4R’S trip to the living rainforest
On the 25th of June, year 4 went to the living rainforest. It took us 45 minutes to get there. When we finally got there, we got into groups with teachers, and explored the living rainforest. First the tour guider told us some very important information about the rainforest. We saw a dumb cane plant, and if you eat it or touch it and put it in your mouth, your lungs and your throat will swell up really badly and you won’t be able to talk. And there was a plant called the banana plant, and the leafs rip easily so you have to be careful. Then it was lunch, it was really fun they had a big round swing, and you have to have someone push you. You go really high! And there is this ladder and you have to climb it and when you get to the top you have to climb across the bridge when you are high up in the air, and then you have to climb over to the slide, and then you got down the tall slide. Then we went back into the rainforest. And we had to bring our sketch books. We had to bring our sketch books because we had to go round the rainforest and sketch the animals. And there was monkeys called goeldis monkeys, and the mother monkey always stuck her tongue out.
We really enjoyed our visit to the rainforest!
By the reporters blogger Kacie smith and Abbi Harman and Zoe Chan 4R