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Holistic Planning

A. Introducing permaculture
B. Living nature
C. Design
D. Growing food
E. Built environment and resource use
F. Social permaculture
Holistic planning (HP):

Theme  Topic  Sub Topic Age HP Details
Our human family Many languages and cultures Invite families from different cultures to share lullabies and bedtime stories (can be in other languages) with the whole group.
Our human family Many languages and cultures Invite families to each make a favourite dish to share with the group, telling a story about the history of that dish in their family.
Our human family Many languages and cultures Invite people from a variety of cultural backgrounds, ethnicities, or with different abilities, to come and meet the children, telling stories from their lives that illustrate both things that are similar and things that are unique.
Our human family Many languages and cultures Learn words in a different language through game and songs.
Our human family Many languages and cultures Learn a different language and make a friend that speaks that language.
Our human family Many languages and cultures Travel over land to experience different habits, customs, foods (in your own country or others).
Our human family Many languages and cultures Sing songs about peace, such as 'We are the world'.
Our human family Many languages and cultures Role play being a good friend to someone who is being hurt or bullied.
Air Measuring Weather Observe changes in the sky/clouds that announce changes in weather.
Air Measuring Weather Based on your weather measurements for a year, work out which plants are likely to grow well in your location.
Air Measuring Weather Work out ways to measure and record different aspects of the weather - the rainfall, wind direction, wind speed, hours of sunlight.
Air Measuring Weather Creative writing exercise "If I were the wind - I would ..."
Air Measuring Weather Discuss the things that the wind carries - both real and symbolic, e.g. scent, ideas, music.
Air Measuring Weather Lead part(s) of celebrations of the seasons (e.g. solstice/ harvest etc.)
Air Measuring Weather Participate in a creative visualisation of rising into the sky and passing through rainbow clouds at sunset. Imagine the blue bubble of the atmosphere surrounding our planet - and what it is like to breathe in that blue colour. Discuss what would it be like to live in a world with a sky (atmosphere) of a different colour, e.g. green, red or yellow ? Close your Eyes and visualise it and then draw or paint the experience.
Air Measuring Weather Rub your hands together and sit with palms facing a friend and see if you can feel the air between you, with Eyes closed. How can you perceive the existence of air? Notice the touch of air - notice it in your nostrils, notice it on your skin.
Air Measuring Weather Recognise different cloud forms and talk about what weather they can bring.
Air Measuring Weather Find out about the effects of wind and wind direction, perhaps through local sayings and phrases.
Air Measuring Weather Hear the saying "there's no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing".
Air Microclimates On a windy day visit a place which is exposed and compare to an area behind a windbreak (e.g. hedge, trees, fencing).

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