Stomp, Stomp, Stomp... What is that?
For super start to our big question We received a very special letter from the Natural History Museum. It said...
Research has revealed that dinosaurs used to roam the land of Patcham.
The ground is full of fossils and bones. We need your help to find them.
You will need to gather objects to make a kit to help you to be a palaeontologist during this dig.
Natural History Museum
We quickly planned and wrote a list of the objects we would need to help us. We then took our binoculars, spades, shovels, magnifying glassess, brushes and picks to the dig site. We carefully searched the area hoping to find any clues about dinosaurs.
Then... We were very excited to discover lots of different DINOSAUR BONES!!!
Our new big question is:
Out of an Egg... How will it change?
We have had a delivery!
When we arrived at school today we discovered an incubator, a brooder and a box of mysterious eggs. We have been thinking about what we might need to do with all of these objects. We talked about the job of an incubator and decided that we need to put the eggs inside.
r Visit to LadyLand Farm!
To celebrate the end of our learning journey 'Out of an Egg...How will it change' we went on a trip to LadyLand Farm.
The children had a busy and very enjoyable day, filled with lots of hands on experience and handling of the different animals. We had the opportunity to feed the young calves using a milk formula and handle rabbits, goats and chicks.
Farmer Nikki, Farmer James and Farmer Anne Marie told us lots of information about the life cycle of the different animals and how to look after them carefully.
We had a very bumpy ride on the farm tractor and had lots of fun climbing the hay bales in the field.