Singing About Bugs

Reception have been very busy learning new songs in class!

What do you think?

We have had an extremely busy week learning about the life cycle of a butterfly and helping to create the new school mosaic.

We were lucky enough to find two caterpillars crawling around the outside area this week, and so we put them in our caterpillar house. To our amazement, they both decided that they quite liked their new surroundings and each spun a chrysalis! We even managed to catch one in the act itself, and watched it on the class interactive whiteboard, using the visualiser. Nature in all it’s glory!

This inspired us to try to find more caterpillars or butterfly eggs outside.003

004 005 006 007 009 034 035 036 266 267 268 269 270 271 278 284They proved very tricky to find, but after a few days of searching, we came across these bright, yellow eggs.

What creature do they belong to? We are not sure; please tell us if you know!

We also had lots of fun helping to create the 50 years celebratory mosaic.

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Next week we are looking forward to Spirituality Week and learning about the song ‘ The Ugly Bug Ball’.

Have a wonderful weekend,

The Reception Team

2 replies
  1. Catherine Roberts
    Catherine Roberts says:

    Fabulous singing and actions – intrepid explorers!. Great to see the children getting involved in the Mosaic, which looks amazing.


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