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Hi everyone, I'm hoping you can all be of some help...

 

I am starting a topic on growing after half term, I have got Jasper's beanstalk, Jack and the beanstalk and The enormous turnip. Can anybody suggest anymore books about growing plants? My class is nursery by the way. :o

 

We are getting people in from the local garden centre and then setting our own garden centre role play up outside, we are setting up a greenhouse as part of the role play so that we can grow sun flowers, tomato plants, strawberry plants and different smelling herbs, we are sending broad beans home with the children in a cup with a bean diary, we will be visiting a garden centre so that the children can suggest items that they would like in our garden centre (to keep the role play fresh).

 

Can anybody think of any other exciting things that we should do as part of our topic?? Any ideas would be really appreciated.

 

Thank you in advance from an NQT about to start her first teaching post!

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Hi Everyone

This is my first post on here but was wondering for any ideas to develop my jacka nd the beanstalk garden/ cottage roleplay in to a garden similar to grandad's garden in oliver's vegetables. Not sure if this is in the right are apologies if it isn't. I am trying to promote writing as much as possible so writing opportunities very welcome. Thank you Kayla :)

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hello my class is reception we are keeping with the growth topic for next half term as children are very enthusiastic about it, the first half of summer term our books were focussed on growing and plants, we are now going to move onto the mini beast books, children really enjoyed Oliver's vegetables and making soup just thought I would enhance the role play and extend the growing aspect as they have really enjoyed this.

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