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03.04.20

Hello,

Mr. Livings here!  How are you getting on with growing different foods and plants at home?  Have you been keeping a diary of how the plants are growing and changing? I have the leftover pea plants from Class 12 at home and they have been growing a lot!  You can see the leaves have become much broader and fuller.  The plants are now ready to have stakes (straights sticks) to help them climb and grow much taller.  My son measured the tallest one for me and told me that it is 16cm tall.  We have decided to grow some other food and plants too.  Miss Hedley kindly gave us some seeds to grow radish, chilli peppers and cress.  We got them started yesterday. We are also having a family sunflower growing competition, but no signs of life have popped through yet - we'll need to be patient!  I hope you are having lots of fun planting and growing plants at home too!  Spring is a great time for new life and fresh starts!

Happy Easter!

Growing at home

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1.4.20 Tadpole update. The biggest tadpoles are 1.5cm. Draw one of the tadpoles from the latest photos. Note down the differences you can see.

1.4.20 Tadpole update. The biggest tadpoles are 1.5cm. Draw one of the tadpoles from the latest photos. Note down the differences you can see. 1
1.4.20 Tadpole update. The biggest tadpoles are 1.5cm. Draw one of the tadpoles from the latest photos. Note down the differences you can see. 2
1.4.20 Tadpole update. The biggest tadpoles are 1.5cm. Draw one of the tadpoles from the latest photos. Note down the differences you can see. 3
1.4.20 Tadpole update. The biggest tadpoles are 1.5cm. Draw one of the tadpoles from the latest photos. Note down the differences you can see. 4
1.4.20 Tadpole update. The biggest tadpoles are 1.5cm. Draw one of the tadpoles from the latest photos. Note down the differences you can see. 5
1.4.20 Tadpole update. The biggest tadpoles are 1.5cm. Draw one of the tadpoles from the latest photos. Note down the differences you can see. 6

27.3.20 The tadpoles are growing. They are outside and living in their own plastic tub. What dangers do you think they may face at the moment? What precautions should I take? Draw them and start making a diary of their changes. I'll update this each week. they are 1cm long.

27.3.20 The tadpoles are growing. They are outside and living in their own plastic tub. What dangers do you think they may face at the moment? What precautions should I take? Draw them and start making a diary of their changes. I'll update this each week. they are 1cm long. 1

Science experiment 1 to try at home!

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