Class 1 have been nurturing new life in the form of caterpillars and tadpoles. The children are following, carefully, the different stages of development of their tadpoles and are waiting eagerly for their caterpillars to turn into beautiful butterflies. George (class 1) said: "The tadpoles look very black and you can't see their eyes. They are like a ball with a tail on. The caterpillars are thick and spiky."
Amelia: "The tadpoles were frog spawn when they started off and they were teeny weeny. Frogs lay lots of eggs in case some don't survive from predators."
Freddie: "Tadpoles become frogletts when they get let legs."
Scarlett:" Tadpoles like frozen lettuce so Miss Thom got some. We had to get water from the pond because normal water would make them poorly."
Sounds like they're all well looked after!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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