Nursery Home Learning Thursday 23rd April

Here is today’s Learning at Home. Remember, to try your best! We believe in you! #BoundaryBelieves

Good Morning! Todays home learning is to firstly look at the images of some butterflies.

What do you notice about the butterfly wings? They are exactly the same on both sides – they are symmetrical! Can you make your own symmetrical butterfly at home? Ask an adult to help you to draw and cut out a butterfly shape. They using whichever tools you have; pens, paint, or crayons can you draw a symmetrical butterfly? Remember the wings have to be the same on both sides! If you are using paint you can put dots or shapes on one side, and then fold you butterfly in half. When you open the butterfly back up you should have a perfectly symmetrical butterfly! You could even cut up different shapes from coloured paper and use these to make a collaged butterfly!

We would love to see some more of your life cycles! If you haven’t already please send us an email with some pictures! There are four main stages to a butterflies life cycle; eggs, caterpillar, chrysalis and butterfly. Did you include these stages in your life cycle? Talk through a butterflies lifecycle with someone at home, what is the first stage? What happens next? What is the third stage? What is the final stage? You could use this link to help you, drag and drop the stages in to the correct order.

Don’t forget you can choose an activity from your home learning pack also! Have a good day!


Butterfly images

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