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We’ve had a fantastic start to FS2 in Caterpillar Class! We have settled in fantastically and are enjoying learning about new things! 

Week beginning 18th October 2021

Halloween Fun! 

 

Week Beginning 4th October 2021

This week we have enjoyed going on Dinosaur Adventures with Andy, travelling back in time to find out about different dinosaur species. In our literacy learning, we have been comparing different dinosaur species and using adjectives to describe their appearance and behaviour. Caterpillar Class have some super vocabulary! 

Dinosaur Raps Playlist - Andy's Dinosaur Adventure's - CBeebies

Ten CBeebies Dinosaur raps in one handy playlist from CBeebies Andy's Dinosaur AdventuresVisit http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies to find even more fun games and ...

🌋Volcanoes🌋
As part of our dinosaur investigations, we learned that dinosaurs lived millions of years ago, in the past. So we have been comparing past with the present day. We've discovered many differences in our environments...

When the dinosaurs lived, there were many trees, swamps, lakes, and volcanoes. In the present day, there are buildings, roads, and many other man made things. 

We loved learning about what the world was like in the past so much that we had a go at creating our own volcano using baking soda and vinegar. It was lots of fun (and maybe a little bit smelly!)

Week Beginning 27th September 2021

Our dinosaur has hatched...and it has escaped!!
 

When we came into school this morning, our dinosaur was gone and what a mess it had left behind it! There was paint on the tables, chairs knocked over, toys all over the floor...we could not believe it!

We decided to ask Mrs Bradley in the office to check the school cameras to find out what had happened in our classroom over night.

See the video clips below to find out what we found!

Week Beginning 20th September 2021

What an adventure we had at forest school today! We found a very mysterious egg under the tree by the chatting logs. It's much larger than the normal chicken eggs that we have for breakfast! We have been coming up with some very creative ideas as to where it came from and who it might belong to. In the meantime, whilst we solve the mystery of the egg, we have been busy building a nest to keep it safe in.

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