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Today we were thinking about butterflies in Wildlife Club. We thought about what they looked like; shared some great ideas about their patterning; thought about what they liked to eat and how they eat using their proboscis. As we couldn't go out because of the rain, some of the children painted some wonderful British butterflies whilst others began designing their own colourful flowers that will be made into butterfly feeders to put in the pond area.
Thank you to Esme who brought in a lovely book to share too about gardening with wildlife; we loved the illustrations.
Enjoy the photos.

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