30th April. Our caterpillars have filled up theirs tummy’s and have now began the next stage in preparing to become butterflies. They have stopped eating and have made their way to the top of the pot. They are hanging upside down, let’s see what the next few days bring. We are getting super excited about the changing caterpillars! 🐛
Who needs play/climbing equipment at the park when you have a hill to roll down!?.... we had so much fun! 😃
Our caterpillar journey part three
26th April. Our caterpillars are now a week old. They are getting very active and eating lots just like the caterpillar in our story. They have grown so much!!
Squishy painting fun 🖌 The children were amazed when they opened up their mastepieces! 🎨
Leaf threading 🍃
We become a chrysalis to see how it would feel.. “Warm, dark, snuggly” were just a few of our feelings. We nibbled our way out to become beautiful butterflies. 🦋
We made our own Very Hungry Caterpillar 🐛
Monday afternoon visit to Little Aston park.
Our caterpillar journey part two
23rd April. Our caterpillars have grown so much over the weekend. 🐛
Our caterpillar journey part one.
20th April. We have been reading the story The Very Hungry Caterpillar in nursery. The children were so interested in learning how a Caterpillar changes into a butterfly, we have purchased our very own live butterfly garden. Mrs Ehlen introduced it to the nursery this morning, we are really excited about watching our own caterpillars 🐛 change into butterflies 🦋
Our first swimming session with Mrs Anderson. PM 🏊♂️
Our first swimming session with Mrs Anderson. AM 🏊♂️
Look at our wooden spoon story puppets we made at home with our families. They are all amazing!
Enjoying doing Yoga in the school hall. We loved it! 🧘♀️ 🧘♂️
Celebrating Hari’s birthday 🍰
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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