There's a saying that someone can't see the forest for the trees. For this page, we want to turn that around to find out there is more to the forest. We must learn to see the parts of the forest and not just the sum.
So many things depend on you seeing. Seeing more than the whole picture. You must learn how to dissect what you see: take it apart and investigate the details. That's precisely what you must do in this activity.
The teacher will hand your group a rope. Use it to make a circle on the ground outside. Now, instead of looking at the entirety of the land, only observe what lies within the circle.
Sketch the contents of your circle, and label every part. Make notes of color, shape, size, and the movement of the items.
Back inside, redraw your sketch using colored pencils. Make a neat final copy, suitable for display.
Believe it or not, you use the same strategies here as you do when you read. Whether you are reading for personal entertainment or information or you are reading something assigned for your class or your job, you must be able to see details, as well as get the whole picture.
Write a robust summary paragraph in your notebook to describe this module.