Last week we found lots of worms wriggling about in our garden, so we wanted to find out why they where there and what they do! So the children have come up with some wonderful questions to guide our learning about MINIBEASTS and habitats over the next few weeks. Here are just a few… Do worms have eyes? How many legs does a woodlouse have? What types of spiders are there? How many spots are there on a ladybird? WOW – we are very inquisitive!

So to help with answering our questions, we have changed our Role play area into a MINIBEAST LABORATORY! As scientists, we have been exploring the minibeasts very closely and trying to identify what they are using books and an identification sheet! We are learning lots of interesting facts about minibeasts – they are fascinating! Here we are taking a good look…

For homework this week, we are sending home beanstalks we planted a few weeks ago! We would love for your child to look after it and later in the term send us a picture! There are so many benefits of getting active in the garden – in our EYFS garden we love digging, weeding and exploring! Do you enjoy gardening at home?

Happy Birthday to you this week Ameen! We hope you have a lovely day!

PUPIL OF THE WEEK – A big WELL DONE to our Pupils of the week this week- Charlotte from the Sunshine group and Liam from the Rainbow group!

Well done to our super home readers!

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