We have read "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" this week.
What we want to learn about minibeasts.
We have been sorting the foods from the Hungry Caterpillar into healthy and unhealthy.
We used the fruits that the Hungry Caterpillar ate to make a healthy fruit salad for our snack. We used special knives to help us safely cut the fruit ourselves. After we had eaten it, we practised saying which ones were our favourite in Welsh, "Dw i'n hoffi..."
We also made some crunchy carrot and cucumber caterpillar patterns.
We made some egg box caterpillars to help us grow some cress. We will be giving them a little bit of water every day and we will be looking to see what changes we see as they grow.
We have been practising writing our names and the adding the letters to a paper chain caterpillar. These are now looking lovely decorating our calm zone.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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