Over the past month we have been watching our caterpillars grow and change into chrysalis. They were tiny caterpillars when they first arrived in their their little pots.
Over the next 10 days they ate all the food in their pots and grew much bigger. Then they made their way to the top of the pot where they turned into chrysalis.
After two very long weeks and unfortunately just one day after we broke up for half term they butterflies have emerged. Take a look at the videos below.
All the children looked fantastic in their costumes and we enjoyed looking at the books that the children brought in. It was a fantastic day!
We followed instructions to make jam sandwiches.
On Wednesday 19th October the children were very excited to listen to our first visitor of the school year. They were lucky enough for a paramedic to come in to school to talk to them about his job and he brought lots of equipment - including an ambulance - for them to look at.
The children were completely absorbed and enthusiastic about what Mr Dickinson was able to show them while he was with us in school. They did not stop talking about it for the rest of the day!
A big thank you to Mr Dickinson for taking time to come into school.
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