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Digging for dinosaurs

Posted on: 19 Jan 2015 by Weston Green School | Category: Key Stage 1, Year 1

The Reception classes have started the New Year with the awe inspiring topic of Dinosaurs. When we created a chart to record our existing knowledge on the subject, we found out that we already have some experts amongst us!

 

On Monday morning, we found a large egg in one of the herb gardens and we suspect that it may be an actual dinosaur egg, although some children have other predictions and ideas about it. The children have decided to display the egg in the Early Years building and have written caution signs because they are worried that it might break.

 

This coming week they will begin to explore palaeontology and fossils and have expressed interest in researching the types of food that dinosaurs might have eaten.

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