During the first lockdown I enjoyed observing the many different types of birds in my parent's garden, so I have been very sad since moving into my new house to find out there are NO birds in my garden!! All I ever see is one magpie for BAD LUCK and a lone crow. This would not make for good maths data, would it?
I'm challenging you (as I have been checking, and will keep checking, for the past 2 months) , over the next 5 weeks during remote learning as we make our way closer to spring, to record which birds you can see in your garden or on a local walk with family.
Remember to be consistent with when you observe the birds, E.g. You could count the birds you see every Wednesday morning for 10 minutes. You can decide how often and when to do this yourself. I'll also gather some data to compare to your's. (Record this at the back of your blank books).
We will do a whole class analysis of your data when get back to school!
You can keep my posted on your observations by commenting your results on the blog or Teams.
I have uploaded a picture reference (of birds) for you to use below: