When baby Puffins meet older Puffins...
This week we have been learning about the story 'Puffin Peter' and we have been learning about the life-cycle of a Puffin. Can you believe there is a class in our school which is also called Puffins!
In our lovely literacy lessons we have learnt the main stages of a Puffins life and as a class we ordered the life-cycle of a Puffin using picture cards. We have learnt there are 4 key stages in this cycle: 1) egg, 2) hatching, 3) chick and 4) adult. We used our magic fingers to count to 4 and back to 1.
We were so excited about the new facts we have learnt: a Puffins beak glows in the dark, a Puffin can hold up to 10 fish in its mouth and there are 3 different types of Puffins that we wanted to share these with the children in Puffins class (one of our year 5 classes).
We visited Puffins class and shared our exciting new facts about Puffins. The children in Puffins also shared some new facts with us too: a puffins beak is grey in the winter and orange in spring.
We love sharing our learning with all of the children and staff we cannot wait to share more facts with them all!
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