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Infant Community

Posted on May 12 2017

The Infant Community have been looking at Minibeasts/ Bugs since returning after the Easter holidays. We have been exploring our garden for any bugs we can find - so far we have found a bee, slug, snail and a worm, which all the children have been eager to get up close to and look at.

They have been naming and recognising different bugs from millipedes, dragonflies, caterpillars and grasshoppers, and sorting and matching them. As well as doing ' bug puzzles' putting together the body, wings and legs of a ladybird, caterpillar, butterfly, bee and a spider. Along with colouring bug pictures, they will also be making beautiful butterfly pictures to decorate our display board.

We have taken supply of our butterflies, which arrived luckily just after the start of term. Each child has their own caterpillar which they have been caring for and watching closely, seeing how they have got fatter and fatter and are now beginning to turn into a chrysalis. Once they have turned into Painted Lady Butterflies, the children will be able to release them into our garden.

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