The beanstalks keep on growing
Continuing on from my previous post about children at Settle school planting beanstalks, more reports on their progress have been coming in to the school. They show just how enthusiastic the children have been about taking care of their beanstalks and they have used several different ways to measure the growth of them…
Some children have made drawings of their plants and had them labelled by an adult.
Some families have made a record of the beanstalk growth and the number of leaves.
Some children sent in photographs.
One family used the tiles in the kitchen to measure their beanstalk growth!
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