: June 2015
We can't believe how big our Painted Lady Caterpillars are! We will have to keep checking on them because very soon they will begin to make their cocoon's. We are so excited!
We enjoyed learning outside for most of the week. Mini beast hunts, reading and number learning was great fun outside on the field. We are making a Caterpillar diary, and using the butterflies to help us to learn our number bonds. We have made a very long caterpillars with our numbers to 20!
We have enjoyed reading lots of books on caterpillars and talking about mini beasts and how we can tell if they are an insect or not.
Everyone in Base 1 is working very hard and trying their best. We are having lots of fun!
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