It's winter and that means that our bugs need somewhere warm to hide when it's cold! When Harper, Isaac, and Nathan visited us last week, we made bug hotels to keep minibeasts and insects warm over winter.
We decorated cardboard tubes, then found dry leaves and bark to stuff the tubes and give insects somewhere to hide. Today, we found the perfect place to keep our bug hotel! We went for an adventure over the rainbow, and found a small tree that our bug hotel fit into really nicely.
This afternoon we also learnt about worms, and did the compost all together! It was so smelly, but the worms love it.