A great nights sleep for everyone. Lots of sleepy faces and big smiles this morning. Even better the sun's still shining. Whopee! Just tucking into breakfast before we head out to release the tenants of our 'hotels', well...fingers crossed the luxury 5* hotels attracted many guests.
We found three mice...great for sketching and labelling diagrams on adaptations.
Now off to experience an 'earthquake'...or to to get lost while orienteering. Well after buying our tuck. Mr May is down today!
Well we didn't get that lost and got to explore the grounds in detail, whilst working really well in our orienteering teams.
The earthquake was awesome fun, including the volcanic lava leap. We worked hard to develop our communication skills and to pull togther as a united team. Mr May was impressed with how well we worked and how brave we were to go through the 'sewers'!
After dinner tonight we swapped over groups so that those who did clay yesterday went to beak adaptation and vice versa; today the clay was focussed on mice. Then it was onto a wide game of staff hide and seek with questions to answer when the adults were found.
Another great day...all the aduts are ALL very proud of us!