Well done to Baylee for always displaying excellent behaviour at lunchtime. A well deserved golden ticket!
Well done Evie for independently solving a division word problem, using pictures to help you share equally.
The children in Maple Class, were extremely excited to see our first butterfly emerge, from its chrysalis, in the middle of our maths lesson this morning. Throughout the afternoon, a further four butterflies emerged! We have five butterflies still in their chrysalis’. We will see what tomorrow brings…
This week in Maple Class the children will be planning & writing a poem on a minibeast. In order to support our poetry we spent the afternoon researching facts about our chosen minibeast.
Year 2 enjoyed their prize for winning the coin Wars last week. We all went to the hall, along with Year R, to watch ‘A Turtle’s Tail’, whilst munching on popcorn & enjoying a drink.
I think this says it all! Keep going Year 2, three down, two to go!
The transformation from caterpillar to butterfly is taking place in Maple Class. Each caterpiller has formed a hard case around its body & is hanging upside down in its chrysalis.
Our caterpillars are growing fast! All the children in Year two are eagerly waiting for them to form a protective chrysalis around themselves. Hopefully on Tuesday morning they will be in for a surprise!
Year 2 had great fun carrying out a minibeast hunt in our woodlands this morning. We recorded our findings in a tally chart then transferred this data into a bar chart.
Maple Class were lucky enough to welcome 10 live caterpillars into Class yesterday. Over the next few weeks we will be watching them transform into beautiful, painted lady butterflies.