Robin class had an artist called Kirsty come in on the 8th of February. We took an interview of Ellis, Ollie and Tiana. Ellis commented: ‘We gathered up wrappers then cut them up and stuck them in the right places. It took them 6 hours! They made a GAINT caterpillar, handprints, butterflies and pictures to create the story of the very hungry caterpillar.’ Ollie commented: ‘For the caterpillar, the head and the body was done in the morning, the ears, eyes and nose were done at lunchtime, and the background was done in the afternoon. His favourite bit was probably making your own butterflies. There were 6 groups with 3 or 4 people in a group. The caterpillar was the best one by far. On a scale of 100% he thinks it is 99%.’ Tiana commented ‘The caterpillar was the most fun, and it would be 100%.The most fun part of the caterpillar was the middle section, the bit she made. The make your own hands were 2nd place, and the butterflies were you fold it were 3rd place.
Facts of the Bird
Juvenile robins have brown feathers rather than a red breast.
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